Museum’s Programs for Children & Adults 2017

UPCOMING PROGRAMS – Click any poster to see a larger image.

Next up:
The Native American Archaeology of Connecticut – An illustrated lecture by Connecticut State archaeologist Dr. Brian Jones. Sunday, July 23 @ 4:00
Ninety-seven percent of the history of Connecticut occurred prior to the arrival of Europeans, yet this period remains a mystery to most in our region today. Dr. Jones’ lecture will shed light on Native American life-ways of the past, revealing how Connecticut provides an important laboratory for the global study of human adaptation to changing social and natural environments.

OWL PROWL: Wednesday, July 26th, 2017, 2:00-3:00 PM
Get up close and personal with a live owl and learn about owls’ unique adaptations for nocturnal life. Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center (DPNC) family program for ages 5 & up.

To Learn more, please visit the Museum’s website.

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