Surround yourself with hundreds of colorful parakeets in Reptiland’s NEW aviary! Beautiful budgies fly about—and may land on you—in this immersive experience. Enjoy the company of feathered friends, and get a seed stick to feed them too. Flock to Parakeet Landing, a new interactive exhibit you won’t want to miss!
DINOSAURS COME TO LIFE
Travel back in time with this prehistoric outdoor adventure! See life-size animatronic dinosaurs roar, spit, and bellow as you trek through this exciting educational exhibit. The impressive Giganotosaurus is back, and we’ll welcome Diabloceratops, Stegaceras, Muttaburrasaurus, and Sarcosuchus for the first time. The exhibit also features Citipati, a baby Dilophosaurus spitter, and Diabloceratops nest! Adding to the exhibit’s fun and information nature are five static dinosaurs, a climbable model for picture-taking, and a recreated paleontologist dig site.
Visit Dinosaurs Come to Life to learn all about these fascinating creatures from the past!
TOMORROW NEVER HAPPENS
This exhibition explores queer futurity and the aesthetics of utopia by asking: How are queer communities imagining and working toward a better world? And how do queer theories, artistic practices, and lived experiences influence broader cultural thinking about the future?
HANNAH & MYLEE’S CORN MAZE
FALL HAYRIDES-KOHL’S STONY HILL TREE FARM
Enjoy a half hour ride along the country roads near the farm, includes crossing an historic covered bridge. The rides will not run in the rain or with the threat of rain or in heavily foggy situations. A combination pass for the corn maze and hayride will be offered at $10.oo for 13 and up; kids 5 to 12 are $6.00; and Seniors are $7.00.
“ART THE VOTE” EXHIBITION
The Exchange Gallery calls all regional artists to enter an exhibition that revolves around the concept of ‘community engagement’. All interpretations and all media including installation proposals accepted. This exhibition is open to all artists regardless of level of experience and abilities.
‘Art the Vote’ asks you to make your voice heard with your artwork. What local, regional, national, or global issues do you care about? Now is your chance to make original artwork that makes a statement about the issues important to you. We want YOU to take a stand and make some art!
October 3rd through November 12th, 2016
Artwork received on/by Saturday, October 1st, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Reception: Saturday, October 8th, 6-8 p.m. (simultaneous with Artspace’s reception for Becky Marks’s and Bob McCormick’s show, “Reflections in Glass and Water”)
PRESCHOOL STORYTIME ON MONDAY AT MCBRIDE LIBRARY
3-5 year olds and older are invited to attend a weekly 25 – 30 minute program that includes storytelling and a variety of other activities such as finger plays, games, and crafts. Through the story, children are asked about numbers and colors as well as making text-to-text, text-to-self and text-to-world connections. The story is followed by a craft of the same theme. Various themes are presented throughout the year. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
BRADY HASTON EXHIBIT
Bookworms Book Club meets the fourth Monday each month.
August selection: “39 Steps” by John Buchan, led by Nancy C.
September: “Boys in the Boat” by Daniel J. Brown, led by Sue M.
October: “Bless Me, Ultima” by Rudolf Anaya, led by Sister.
November: “All the Light We Can Not See” by Anthony Doerr, led by Nancy C.