Peak to Shore

Peak to Shore

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4/6 (Saturday)
from 12:00pm - 2:00pm
2019-04-06 16:00:002019-04-06 18:00:00America/New_YorkPeak to ShoreTake a virtual trip through North Carolina from peaks to shores and rivers to lakes in our Curiosity Square.  Explore our state’s geology, geography, and ecology through hands-on activities.  Best of all, adventure in Marbles NEWEST exhibit, River Play-Way—a pretend river designed to spark curiosity and inspire conservation. Pin the Pollinator: Help pollinate our state flower: Try and pin the pollinator sticker on the dogwood flower blindfolded. Learn about the key role that pollinators play in our food web and ecosystems! Squirreling Around: Are you ready for winter? Learn about wildlife science and ecology by seeing how many acorns you can hold, the more you hold the more food for winter. Making Mountains: Ever wondered how mountains are formed? Use fabric and your muscles to explore how the Blue Ridge Mountains were made through plate techtonics. Seashell Shuffle: Ever seen seashells at the beach? Match the shells to the native species and learn how they survive in our ocean to learn about species identification. 201 E Hargett Street, Raleigh, NC 27601

WHERE

Marbles Kids Museum - Curiosity Square
201 E Hargett Street
Raleigh, NC 27601

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Free with admission. Admission: $7/person. Members free.

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ABOUT THIS EVENT

Take a virtual trip through North Carolina from peaks to shores and rivers to lakes in our Curiosity Square.  Explore our state’s geology, geography, and ecology through hands-on activities.  Best of all, adventure in Marbles NEWEST exhibit, River Play-Way—a pretend river designed to spark curiosity and inspire conservation.

Pin the Pollinator: Help pollinate our state flower: Try and pin the pollinator sticker on the dogwood flower blindfolded. Learn about the key role that pollinators play in our food web and ecosystems!

Squirreling Around: Are you ready for winter? Learn about wildlife science and ecology by seeing how many acorns you can hold, the more you hold the more food for winter.

Making Mountains: Ever wondered how mountains are formed? Use fabric and your muscles to explore how the Blue Ridge Mountains were made through plate techtonics.

Seashell Shuffle: Ever seen seashells at the beach? Match the shells to the native species and learn how they survive in our ocean to learn about species identification.

AUDIENCE

ADMISSION

Free with admission. Admission: $7/person. Members free.

OFFICIAL WEBSITE

SHARE