Every week is a new adventure at the Cayton. Kids learn new skills, create, and grow, all while they are immersed in play.
Activities are drop-in and free for all guests.
*For up-to-date time and schedule, check out our Instagram
Friday, October 21
Autumn Awe Festival
Our Autumn Awe Festival is on Friday, October 21, with an unforgettable presentation of the Native American Hoop Dance by Eric Hernandez, a traditional Hoop Dancer affiliated with the Lumbee Tribe in North Carolina. Stay tuned for more info!
This Week's Activities
Wednesday, September 28
Glow-in-the-Dark Dance Party
We’re lighting up the week with a Glow in the Dark Dance Party at noon.
Let’s Catch Bubbles
Then we’re having a ball at 2 when we use our magical ball bubble catchers to collect as many bubbles as we can.
Thursday, September 29
Celebration Booth Parachutes
At noon, we’re falling into fall with parachutes that we’ll make out of coffee filters before letting them go in our blustery Celebration Booth (our Together We Celebrate exhibit).
Storytime & Art
Then at 2, we’re reading Melanie Borinstein’s vibrant How Color Was Born before creating our own watercolor rainbows.
Friday, September 30
Weather Sensory Bins
At 2, the Cayton forecast is calling for low visibility but high sensory fun when we plunge into bins packed with shaving cream clouds, fake snow, and water beads.
Saturday, October 1
The leaves on our Autumn Trees that we’ll be making at noon will never fall, so you can enjoy them all year long.
Paper Bag Puppets
Then we’re transforming paper bags into the characters of your child’s imagination at 2.
Sunday, October 2
At the stroke of 12, we’re dropping the Bibbidy-Bobbidy-Beat for our Disney Sing-Along.
At 2, you don’t have to be Elsa to freeze when the music stops.