Stay tuned for details of our new Butterfly Alley exhibit. Drawing by Amy Perritano Eddy
Mohawk Valley Mini Maker Faire – SUNY Poly campus Saturday, April 16, 2016 from 12:00 – 4:00PM http://makerfairemohawkvalley.com/ The Museum In partnership with Young Einsteins — a Reggio-inspired foundation school for young children — with will participate with 4 hands-on stations: Weave with Ribbons – this station will have two Looms; materials to weave through[…]
Join us for our eggciting Easter egg hunt and activities at the Utica Children’s Museum, Saturday March 26, 2016. Our annual egg hunt will take place from 10:00-11:00am. Children 0-4 years old will search on the first floor, and children 5-9 on our second floor. Stay after the hunt to play with our exhibits and[…]
DATE CHANGE! Bring your 4-10 year olds to the Museum Thursday, February 25 for some “Robotic Fun!” This is one of the cool robots a recent Young Einstein built!
[d12-global title=”February Mid-Winter Break Hours”]We’re Open 10-4:30 Monday, February 15 through Saturday, February 20 Thursday February 18 we’re open 10am-6pm![/d12-global] Monday 2/15 Morning: 11:00 AM Oneida Chapter DAR StARS President’s Day Come learn about the history of President’s Day and speak with local volunteers from the Oneida Chapter of DAR dressed in historic costume. Afternoon:[…]
Link to pdf of press release Utica, N.Y. — On Wednesday, December 9, 2015 at 10:00am, the Utica Children’s Museum will officially open its newest exhibit – a mini Home Depot on the first floor. At the Home Depot @ the Museum exhibit, kids can pretend to be a retail customer or a Home Depot[…]
This was the first time in several years that the Utica Children’s Museum participated in the annual Christmas on Main Street festival and it was an amazing day. We welcomed 681 people not counting our dedicated group of volunteers (of which there were over 50) or the wonderful performers who joined us from the Union[…]
Nearly 20 Time Warner Cable employees volunteered Thursday morning to help set up for the museum’s Christmas on Main Street festivities. Volunteers applied a fresh coat of paint to some of the museum’s furniture, and assembled and decorated Christmas trees. Technicians were also at the museum to wire cable up to the fourth floor.
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Originally shared here. Elizabeth Slocum Brando started her new job as executive director of the Utica Children’s Museum on Aug. 1, replacing Marlene Brown. In the short few months leading up to today, the museum seems to have been given a confidence boost that only a new, energized leadership could produce. The museum has added[…]