On Tuesday, August 7th through Saturday, August 11th from 10am-3pm, spend the day outdoors at our “beach” building sandcastles in our gigantic, 23-ton sand box! Cool off and play in giant beach ball sprinklers, create art to take home, play games, explore, and more!
Bring your bathing suits, towels, buckets, chairs, pails, and shovels and get ready for a day in the sun!
Special guests for Beach in the City include:
Wednesday, August 8th– Traveling Touch Tank with live animals and marine biologists from Cedar Island Marina, 10:00am-12:30pm Thursday, August 9th– Caribbean Vibe Steel Drum Band performance, 10:30-noon
Friday, August 10th– Hula Dancing class with Kahuna Hula, 10:30-11:30am
For more details, and a complete listing of daily workshops, visit www.imaginenation.org/calendar.
When you’re looking to beat the heat, come indoors to cool off and check out our new fresh summer lunch menu in the Imagine Café! Our unique Museum Studios and events are best for children ages 2-8.
This event is included in the regular $10/person admission fee. Please note that Library and ACM reciprocal passes will not be accepted for this event.
For more details, visit www.imaginenation.org/calendar.
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