On Thursday, September 22, 2016, at 9:00 am & 4:00 pm, the Delta Children’s Museum will present Bits ‘N Pieces giant Puppet Theater featuring its spectacular 9 ft tall puppets in the original musical “Alice in Wonderland” at E. E. Bass Auditorium.  The admission fee is $5 per child with teachers and aids admitted free.  There will be no “straining of the eyes” with these huge puppets back in the Delta by “popular demand.”  “My Alice, how you’ve grown!  My how all have you grown!”  The classic Lewis Carroll play adventure follows Alice as she escapes her boredom of this world and ventures into a dream of another, madcap high jinxs and outlandish adventures are the order of the day.  The high energy performance featuring the Giant Puppets, live actors, animated sets and original music are perfect for young audiences. For a detailed study guide and a preview of the program, please visit www.puppetworld.com  The 50 minute program is age appropriate for Pre-K thru 2nd grade.

 

 

On Tuesday, October 18, 2016, at 9:00 & 11:00 am in Sykes Hall at Washington School, the Delta Children’s Museum will present Great Shows for Kids’ Science show featuring “Mr Molecule” and his zany, up-beat and totally amazing curriculum-based Science show which creates an explosion of learning that K thru 5th graders can’t resist – no one is bored.  Loaded with audience participation, this fast-paced show is a perfect mix of engaging educational material and goofy gags that kids love.  A great study guide is available on line for download at www.GreatShowsForKids.com   The admission fee is $5 per child with teachers and aids admitted free. The 50 minute show is K thru 5th grade appropriate.

 

 

Opening January 17 and running through April 14, 2017 and located in the Greenville Mall, the Delta Children’s Museum will present “SCIENCE + YOU” a traveling children’s museum by Kohl’s Children’s Museum of Greater Chicago and sponsored by the Abbvie Foundation with generous support from the Community Foundation of Washington County and King’s Daughters and Sons Circle # 2. 

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On Tuesday, April 25, 2017, at 9:00 & 11:00 am, the Delta Children’s Museum will present “The Monster Who Ate My Peas” by Arts Power in E. E. Bass Auditorium.  The admission fee is $5 per child with teachers and aids admitted free.  Based on the multi-award winning book written by Danny Schnitzlein, Arts Power’s rousing musical tells the funny and poignant story of a young boy who doesn’t want to “eat is peas!”  When a crafty monster appears beneath his kitchen table, the boy is ready to make a deal with the monster, but at what cost?  Children and adults alike will be entertained and engaged by this wonderfully written tale about the value of will power.  The 55 minute show is age appropriate K thru 3rd