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Child playing in the Courage Climber

schedule

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 members and museum visitors.

Updated Program Times

Art Studio: 10AM-12PM and 2-4:30PM
Storytime (every Thursday): 11:00
AM
Programs: 11AM and 3PM

This Week's Activities

Wednesday, April 10

Storytime+Art

11:00AM

Wheel-ie Fun

3:00PM

Read “The Night Before Eid” by Aya Khalila, about a family making traditional foods to prepare for Eid. Afterward, mold playdough into the food you and your family eat during different holidays!

Get ready to hop, skip and jump! We will spin a color wheel, and wherever it lands, hop into action and jump to the color! 

Thursday, April 11

Storytime+Art

11:00AM

Breathing Wands

3:00PM

Read "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" by Eric Carle, about a caterpillar who samples a bunch of different foods to transformation into a butterfly. Then, let your imagination flutter as you craft colorful caterpillar art! 

Craft calming breathing wands, perfect for teaching soothing breath exercises to cast peace of mind. 

Friday, April 12

Stick Season

11:00AM

Storytime+Art

3:00PM

Explore rhythm and create beats using drumsticks. It's a hands-on adventure that turns every child into a musical maestro! 

Read "Listen, Listen" by Phillis Gershator to exploring the changes in sounds, animals, and colors across the seasons. Afterward, unleash your creativity by crafting nature scenes that showcase your favorite season! 

Saturday, April 13

Bubble Dance Party

11:00AM

Storytime+Art

3:00PM

Pop in to jump and dance to fun music while surrounded by a sea of bubbles at this lively and fun dance party!  

Read "Rainbow Fish" by Marcus Pfister, about a beautiful rainbow fish who learns about sharing! Then, craft rainbow fish with collage materials to create layered scales. 

Sunday, April 14

Reflect On Spring

11:00AM

Science is Cool

3:00PM

Capture the magic of the season! Join us in drawing blooming spring scenes in the mirrors of our Reflect On exhibit. 

Explore the principles of cause and effect with a rainbow ice melting experience. Observe the gradual transformation of colors, going from a solid to a liquid, and temperature change! 

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