Wild in the Water: Charlotte Nature Museum

August 17

IMG_3081Learn about the water you drink including its source and where it ends up once it goes down the drain.

Visit critters at the Museum during Wild in the Water who make their homes in these natural water reserves, including the spiny softshell turtle, pencil urchin, Atlantic brown sea star and the Museum’s very own resident American alligator, Snappy. They’ll be a story time, puppet show and supplies for little ones to make alligator clip magnets and bottle cap turtles in the Naturalist Lab. 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Tickets are $6 for those over two years old. Children under two and museum members are free. Deets.

Where: 1658 Sterling Road

Why attend: Educational and hands-on outing for children

 

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