The Woodland's Children's Museum Offers Summer Activities
Looking for fun and educational activities for the kids this summer? The Woodland’s Children’s Museum, a nonprofit entity, opened doors in 2010. The museum has recently reopened in Panther Creek. The museum will offer preticketed admission and operate at a 50% capacity to maintain social distancing.
There are four block times for tickets: 9 a.m., 11:15 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3:45 p.m. Admission to the museum is $7.
Additional summer activities include:
One-week summer workshops - various ages and themes such as Legos, superhero, science and the arts.
Birthday parties - The museum anticipates hosting birthday parties again in mid-July.
Dads and Dogs Day - June 20 event with special guests that include:Pets with a Mission, which provides therapy dogs for children to read to, and Skye and Marshall from “Paw Patrol”.
International Fairy Day - Fairy costumed staff provide opportunity to make your own fairy wings.
The Woodlands Children’s Museum suffered significant losses during COVID-19 and is accepting donations to continue rebuilding and providing a great resource for kids in our community.
Plan your summer fun by visiting www.woodlandschildrensmuseum.org.
SOURCE: Community Impact