It is October and Halloween is right around the corner and the Museum is sure getting ready for it! We have some great events coming up that we would love for you to attend!
First up is the Graham Cracker Haunted Houses Class! Taking place on Thursday October 22 is a fun time- full of creativity and candy! If you have been to one of the candy house workshops in December then your kids will love this! Using graham crackers, frosting and Halloween treats kids can create their own Haunted House masterpiece- that is not only cool to look at but delicious to eat!
It is a class and pre-registration is required, so sign up early by calling the Museum at (508) 230-3789 to save your child a space for this fun, seasonal class. For museum members the cost is $10.00 and for non-museum members the price is $13.00. There are also two sessions: the first session, for children ages 3-5, will take place from 10-11 am; the second session, for children ages 5 and up will take place at the later time of 4-5 pm. We hope to see you there!
But that is not all- we are gearing up for our BIG Halloween Celebration- the Halloween Romp! The Halloween Romp will take place rain or shine at the Museum on Saturday, October 24 with two spooktacular times: 2 - 4 p.m. or 6 – 8 p.m.
It will be a fantastic day of games and Halloween crafts, trick-or-treat bag decorating, fortune telling, a creepy animal show with New England Reptile and Raptor, spooky music and games, and much more! You can even go on a chilling lantern lit trick-or-treat romp through The Wild Place! Tickets to the Romp are $4.00 per person for members and $8.00 per person for non-members. Space is limited so please call early to reserve your tickets.
It is a great way for both parents and kids to take part celebrating Halloween! Games, activities, candy and costumes! What could be better? Also kids and parents makes sure to wear your costumes to the great event!
And on October 30th from 10:00-11:00 am we will be hosting a great Got Milk? event! Did you know that Chocolate milk is the official drink of Halloween? We will be having an afternoon devoted to this chocolaty drink, learn about the bone-building benefits of milk, take a picture with a milk mustache and of course sample some chocolate milk!
As you can see the Museum loves Halloween and can't wait! Can you? We hope to see you at these great events! For more information either call the Museum at (508) 230-3789 or visit our website!