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John A. Ruthven Exhibition Gallery Medicine, Marbles and Mayhem

Explore unearthed stories from 19th-century privies. Presented in Collaboration with Northern Kentucky University Masters of Public History and Anthropology Students

Admission: Free/Open to the Public Age Range: Teen, Adult, Empty Nesters Category: Programs, History Time:
(All day)
Interest: American History, Weather, Lifelong Learning
Cincinnati History Museum Bound Up in Bookbinding

Ever wonder how books, posters and greeting cards were made before computers existed? Visit our print shop and learn the history of printing in Cincinnati and across the states. 

Admission: Free to Members or with Museum Admission Age Range: Early Childhood, Grades 1-6, Preteen Category: Programs, History, Science, Children Time:
11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Interest: Science and Technology, Local History, American History, Art
Museum of Natural History & Science Bat Flight

Watch our big brown bats take flight at the Cave and learn more about one of the world’s most misunderstood mammals.

Admission: Free to Members or with Museum Admission Age Range: Early Childhood, Grades 1-6, Preteen, Teen, Adult, Empty Nesters Category: Science Time:
11:00 am to 11:30 am
Interest: Science and Technology, Nature
Museum of Natural History & Science Science Sleuths: Deep Diving Reptiles
While the dinosaurs roamed land, another group of giant reptiles ruled the seas.  Learn about these creatures and their similarity to modern SCUBA divers.
Admission: Free to Members or with Museum Admission Age Range: Grades 1-6, Preteen, Teen Category: Science Time:
11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Interest: Science and Technology, Nature
Museum of Natural History & Science Jr. Science Sleuth

Here's the perfect program for the junior scientist under 6 years of age.  Learn about everything from color mixing to the five senses in this fun, hands-on program in Preschool Sandplay.

Admission: Free to Members or with Museum Admission Age Range: Early Childhood Category: Programs, Science, Children Time:
11:30 am to 12:00 pm
Interest: Science and Technology, Learning Through Play
Museum of Natural History & Science Animals In Nature

Meet one of our scaled or furred friends. Find out what makes each animal unique.

Admission: Free to Members or with Museum Admission Age Range: Early Childhood, Grades 1-6, Preteen, Teen, Adult, Empty Nesters Category: 100 Days of Fun, Programs, Science Time:
12:30 pm to 1:00 pm
Interest: Learning Through Play, Nature
Duke Energy Children's Museum Super Sprouts

Super Sprouts is a weekly art program designed for preschool aged children. Each week children are invited to take part in a different art activity and are encouraged to explore, learn and play.  The activity is free and on-going, so drop in when you have time and stay as long as you like!

Admission: Free to Members or with Museum Admission Age Range: Early Childhood Category: Programs, Children Time:
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Interest: Learning Through Play, Art
Museum of Natural History & Science Science Sleuths: Hydropower

Content partnership with the Duke Energy Foundation. Learn about renewable energy solutions from Earth’s aquatic resources while discussing the pros and cons of each.

Admission: Free to Members or with Museum Admission Age Range: Grades 1-6, Preteen, Teen, Adult, Empty Nesters Time:
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Interest: Science and Technology
Duke Energy Children's Museum Super Sprouts: Lines of All Kinds

Join us as we learn about different artists who let all kinds of lines inspire their art work!

Admission: Free to Members or with Museum Admission Age Range: Early Childhood Category: Programs, Children Time:
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Interest: Learning Through Play, Art
Union Terminal Insights Lecture: The Evolution of Islands

The islands of the Eastern Pacific are laboratories of evolution. Cincinnati Museum Center Curator of Zoology Dr. Herman L. Mays Jr. has been a key participant in a long-term study of the birds of this region of more than a decade. Part scientific results and part travelogue, you are invited to hear about the exploration of this region by Dr. Mays and his colleagues. RSVP here

Admission: Free/Open to the Public Age Range: Teen, Adult, Empty Nesters Category: Programs, Science Time:
7:00 pm
Interest: Science and Technology, Adventure & Exploration, Nature, Lifelong Learning