Museum offers discounted admission; preps new areas
The Terre Haute Children’s Museum has been busy adding new exhibits to sections of its third floor, and those changes will be unveiled Saturday. As the museum puts the finishing touches on these exhibit areas, the third floor will be closed through Friday. Museum admission will be discounted to $5 for adults and children age 2 and over. Children under the age of 2 and museum members are admitted to the museum for free.
Create a soybean necklace at museum
From 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday Terre Haute Children’s Museum guests will get to make a soybean necklace and learn what seeds need to germinate and grow. The activity, which is free with museum admission, is part of a partnership between the museum and the Indiana Soybean Alliance to give museum guests the opportunity to learn more about soybeans.
Children’s Museum offers discounted admission
The Terre Haute Children’s Museum has been busy adding new exhibits to sections of its third floor.
Hot Wheels For Real now at Indy Children’s Museum
Race to the Indianapolis Children’s Museum this summer to see full-sized Hot Wheels cars in an all-new exhibit, Hot Wheels For Real!
- Museums/Exhibitions: June 14, 2012
- Museums/Exhibitions: June 7, 2012
Teutopolis Monastery Museum offers open Sundays first of each month
Visitors can view more than 30 rooms of the Teutopolis Monastery Museum from 12:30 to 4 p.m. during the first Sunday of the month in Teutopolis, Ill.
Meet the Rex this Saturday at Terre Haute Children’s Museum
Members of the Terre Haute Rex team will help visitors learn about the math and science of baseball at the Terre Haute Children’s Museum on Saturday.
- Museums/Exhibitions: May 24, 2012
Actor to portray Ernie Pyle in one-man drama
Noted actor Rick Plummer and the Crosley Radio Players will team up to celebrate the life and times of renowned World War II correspondent Ernie Pyle in a special presentation Saturday at South Vermillion High School Auditorium in Clinton.
Halcyon Gallery showcases art of Evalyn James during May
Evalyn Gertrude James settled in Terre Haute the first time in 1928.
International exhibit to feature painting in ISU collection
An oil painting from Indiana State University’s Permanent Art Collection will be featured at an international exhibition in Belgium.
- Museums/Exhibitions: May 17, 2012
- Museums/Exhibitions: May 10, 2012
Register now for Children’s Museum camps
From wacky science and space exploration to fairy tales and superheroes, the Terre Haute Children’s Museum has scheduled an exciting list of summer programs.
Historical Fire Station No. 9 opens for season
Historical Fire Station No. 9 at 1728 S. Eighth St. will open Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will be open until September.
- Museums/Exhibitions: May 3, 2012
- Museums/Exhibitions: April 26, 2012
Friends of Ernie Pyle plans May 19 museum fundraiser
Noted actor Rick Plummer and the Crosley Radio Players will team up to celebrate the life and times of renowned World War II correspondent Ernie Pyle in a special presentation May 19 at South Vermillion High School auditorium in Clinton.
Edgar County Student Art Show at Bicentennial Art Center
The Bicentennial Art Center in Paris is featuring the creative work of Edgar County junior and senior high students in the Annual Edgar County Student Art Show, which opened March 28, and continues through April 29.
- Museums/Exhibitions: April 19, 2012
- Museums/Exhibitions: April 12, 2012
Attention princes and princesses: Museum plans Fairy Tale Ball
Come one, come all, to the Fairy Tale Ball! Join the Terre Haute Children’s Museum from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. April 21 for its first Fairy Tale Ball.
- Museums/Exhibitions: April 5, 2012
Museums and Exhibitions: April 5, 2012
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Soybeans now part of Children’s Museum ‘Agciting’ exhibit
See the soybeans
• Admission to the Children’s Museum is $7 per person. Additional information can be found at www.thchildrensmuseum.com.
• For more information about Indiana Soybean Alliance, visit www.indianasoybean.com.
- Museums/Exhibitions: March 29, 2012
- Museums/Exhibitions: March 22, 2012
Middle school students working to raise funds for CANDLES Holocaust Museum
Honey Creek Middle School eighth-graders have been completing good deeds and community service to help raise money for the CANDLES Holocaust Museum.
Swope celebrates 70 years of the best of American art
Throughout 2012, Swope Art Museum is celebrating 70 years of bringing the finest examples of American art and related educational programs to residents of Terre Haute, the Wabash Valley and visitors nationwide. Open to the public since March 21, 1942, the museum has always offered free admission.
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