So Here goes my first Blog entry.I couldn't be happier with my new position in the programming department. I have mainly been working on the Bookworm program that happens Thursdays at 3:30. So far we have read Spoon, and made our very own Spoon to show how special being a spoon can really be. We have also read Eggbert: the Slightly Cracked Egg, and made slightly cracked eggs painted as Eggbert would approve. (being a fabulous egg artist and all...) This week we are reading Leonardo, the Terrible Monster, and we will be making MONSTER CARDS!(decorated with all sorts of not so scary things, because hey...Leonardo is a terrible monster.
Also don't miss our Easter Egg Egg-stravaganza!
Saturday, April 3, 10am-1pm
Have fun with the Easter Bunny on the museum's front lawn during the Easter Egg Egg-stravaganza! Children play bunny games, hunt for prize eggs, decorate Easter crafts, eat sno-cones and popcorn, jump in the moon bounce, and get their photos made with the Easter Bunny at this “eggs-tra” special event. There will also be a special egg hunt for the parents/adults to enjoy and win prizes! Advance tickets are $5 for museum members and $7 for non-members. Tickets at the door are $10 per person. Admission to the museum is NOT included in the event price. Space is limited – advance reservations are encouraged. For details and tickets, call 901-458-2678.
Buy your tickets today! You don't want to be the only one in the neighborhood without them!