Back to Fall
Our wheels are turning this September with transportation-themed programs, pirate talk, engineering, and more!
Break out your wooden leg and eye patch on Thursday, September 19, for "International Talk Like a Pirate Day!" Gather round as we read "Pirate Pete's Talk Like a Pirate," then embark on a giant treasure hunt throughout the Museum for even more swashbucklin' fun!
On Wednesday, September 17, join us for "$2 Night" from 5pm-8pm. Enjoy playtime in the evening hours at the DCM for just $2 per person. At 6pm, don't miss "Science About the Stories" for an interactive reading of Wendy Pfeffer's book, Sounds All Around.
On Saturday and Sunday, September 27 and 28, join us for our new monthly "Junior Engineers" workshop series designed to spark interests in different engineering careers. This month we're learning all about civil engineering. What do civil engineers do? They build BIG things! From bridges, to roads, to skyscrapers, and more, join us as we explore what civil engineers do with hands-on activities and experiments. Activities include trying your hand at designing large structures in a safe and stable way; creating bridges out of craft sticks and see how much weight they will hold; and working with a team of your fellow junior engineers to construct a giant geodesic dome out of every day materials. "Junior Engineers" is made possible, in part, by InterDigital
"Runway To Play: A Fundraising Fashion Show for DCM"
Saturday, September 13, 5pm-8pm
"Once Upon A Ballet" with First State Ballet
Wednesday, September 24, 11am-12pm