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March 2017

3/23
Thursday
Tiny Tots: Painting Nature
03/23/2017
10:15-10:45am
Join us for a dynamic program open to our youngest visitors. This week, we'll collaboratively decorate a tree branch. Ideal for ages 18-36 months.

Free with admission
3/23
Thursday
Science of the Senses: Tricks of the Eye
03/23/2017
10:30-11am
Learn how our eyes work, experience the whimsy of optical illusions, and explore how our Camera Obscura exhibit works like an eyeball.

Free with admission
3/23
Thursday
Puppet Show: Speak Up Sully!
03/23/2017
11-11:30am
Presenting a live interactive puppet show all about being an ordinary, not-so-scary monster. Our favorite blue puppet Sully will take you through an ordinary day in his life. When Sully asks for what he wants in a little tiny voice, no one can hear him. To get what he needs, Sully needs to find a strong, respectful voice. Sully will go searching for this voice all over the Museum & Theatre. Will you help him find it? Do you have a strong, respectful voice that you can share?

Free with admission
3/23
Thursday
Cooking Healthy: Roots & Shoots
03/23/2017
11:30am-12pm
Mix, measure and cook nutritious winter snacks using seasonal and local roots and shoots like kale, squash, and carrots. Read a story or do an art project while the snack is cooking and then enjoy!

Free with admission
3/23
Thursday
Creatures of the Deep
03/23/2017
12-12:30pm
Dive into the ocean depths with us as we discover strange, fascinating animals that live in the dark abyss. We'll turn the room into a watery wonderland where we will meet vampire squid, lantern fish, and other amazing creatures.

Free with admission
3/23
Thursday
Live Creature Feature: Frog Relays
03/23/2017
12:30-1pm
Learn about the life cycle of a frog and observe our live frogs for inspiration before launching into a series of frog-jump games.

Free with admission
3/23
Thursday
Meet the Arts: Paper-Making
03/23/2017
3-3:30pm
Join us as we discover the process of paper-making and celebrate recycling during this messy, hands-on program.

Free with admission
3/24
Friday
Puppet Show: Fair Ways to Play
03/24/2017
10:15-10:45am
Join us for an interactive puppet show that's all about sharing, caring...and joining in!

Free with admission
3/24
Friday
Camera Obscura: Eyeball Exploration
03/24/2017
11-11:30am
Did you know we have a giant eyeball on the third floor of the Museum & Theatre? Come see for yourself during this interactive Camera Obscura show!

Free with admission
3/24
Friday
Science: Magnet Madness
03/24/2017
11:30am-12pm
Feel the force of magnetic attraction as we explore the Museum & Theatre's collection of eclectic magnets! From magnetite rocks to magnetic spheres, horseshoes, and rods, we'll discover the invisible power of metals.

Free with admission
3/24
Friday
Live Creature Feature: Turtle Time
03/24/2017
12:30-1pm
Stretch like a turtle, feel a real turtle shell, and watch our turtles play during turtle time.

Free with admission
3/24
Friday
Stage Story: Little Red Riding Hood
03/24/2017
1:30-2pm
"Grandma, what big eyes you have..." Act out the classic story of Little Red Riding Hood live on our stage, or just watch a great show!

Free with admission
3/24
Friday
Under the Sea Star Show
03/24/2017
2-2:30pm
Join us in the Space Shuttle, where we'll look at constellations related to the ocean and learn some of their stories. Do you recognize any other sea creatures in the sky?

Free with admission
3/24
Friday
Meet the Arts: Kiki Smith
03/24/2017
3-3:30pm
Join us as we learn about the life and work of contemporary artist Kiki Smith. Create your own Kiki Smith-inspired creation to celebrate Women's History Month.

Free with admission
3/25
Saturday
Math Games
03/25/2017
10:30-11am
One, two, three, what shape do you see? Join us for a round of counting, sorting, and measuring games to playfully practice our math skills.

Free with admission
3/25
Saturday
Live Creature Feature: Touch Tank
03/25/2017
11:30am-12pm
Sea stars and sea snails and seaweed, oh my! Join us to touch and learn about tide pool creatures found along the coast of Maine.

Free with admission
3/25
Saturday
Magic Carpet Making
03/25/2017
12:30-1:30pm
Design and decorate your own magic carpet during this hands-on, messy workshop. We'll create and sketch a design onto a pre-made canvas carpet, then decorate your design with a variety of colors. Finally, seal your design with a waterproofer for an all-weather carpet. Each carpet measures 24" x 48" -- the perfect size to be used as a wizard's doormat or bedroom decoration when it isn't being used for flying adventures!

$12/members, $14/visitors. Register below, call (207) 828-1234 ext. 231, or stop by the front desk.

3/25
Saturday
Star Show: The Black Tortoise
03/25/2017
2:30-3pm
Come find the Old Black Tortoise who lives in the Lake of Stars as we learn about this Chinese constellation.

Free with admission
3/25
Saturday
Magic of Medicine with UNE Pharmacy Students
03/25/2017
3:30-4:30pm
Have you ever wondered how medicine pills are made or how medicine dissolves in our bodies? Join students from the University of New England Pharmacy program to explore the magic of medicine! They'll bring some of their medicine making tools and answer questions about what it's like to be a pharmacist during this interactive science show.

Free with admission
3/26
Sunday
Zen Den: Dragon Breath
03/26/2017
10:30-11am
Come move, dance, and breath as we learn about what happens to our brains when we feel angry. Then learn some preschool-friendly coping mechanisms to harness your inner dragon.

Free with admission
3/26
Sunday
Live Creature Feature: Touch Tank
03/26/2017
11-11:30am
Sea stars and sea snails and seaweed, oh my! Join us to touch and learn about tide pool creatures found along the coast of Maine.

Free with admission
3/26
Sunday
Art and Imagination Workshop: A Private Boat Sailed By...
03/26/2017
11:30am-12:30pm
Transport yourself to your very own land of Where the Wild Things Are, with two of the most important pieces of the story: a private boat, and your own imagination! Sculpt and paint your own boat and set sail. Together, we'll return back home to a "still hot" treat of warm soup! Take home your handmade boat at the end of the workshop. Recommended for ages 4+.

$5/members, $7/visitors plus admission. Register for this workshop below, call (207) 828-1234 ext. 229, or stop by the front desk.

3/26
Sunday
Science: Light Table Excavation
03/26/2017
2-2:30pm
Explore with sand and science at the sensory light table.

Free with admission
3/26
Sunday
Theater: "Abiyoyo" Shadow Puppet Story
03/26/2017
3-3:30pm
Help tell the folk story Abiyoyo -- about a green-toothed, cow-gobbling, music-loving giant -- with shadow puppets.

Free with admission
3/27
Monday
Members' Monday from 9-11am
03/27/2017
9-11am
We are open from 9-11am for Members only.
3/27
Monday
Members' Monday Play Group: All things Seuss
03/27/2017
10-10:30am
We'll dive into the magical world of Dr. Seuss for the whole month of March. Each week, we'll read a classic Dr. Seuss story and participate in a related activity.

Free with admission
3/28
Tuesday
Little Kid Morning Out: It's Ok to be Different
03/28/2017
10:15-11:15am
Need a cabin fever reliever? Looking for a way to socialize with other parents and caregivers? Join us for a dynamic morning of programming. This week we'll read It's Ok to be Different by Todd Parr and discover why it's good to be different. Then explore our sensory table and compare our similarities and differences during a silly movement game. Finally, we'll test out the many different ways we can paint: Can you paint with your elbows? Can you paint with your nose? Let's challenge ourselves to try them all.

Free with admission
3/28
Tuesday
Live Creature Feature: Touch Tank
03/28/2017
11-11:30am
Sea stars and sea snails and seaweed, oh my! Join us to touch and learn about tide pool creatures found along the cost of Maine.

Free with admission
3/28
Tuesday
Goodnight Moon & Other Naptime Stories
03/28/2017
11:30am-12pm
Join us under the light of the moon in our mini-planetarium to read Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown and other stories to get your little ones ready for a naptime.

Free with admission
3/28
Tuesday
Camera Obscura: Inside an Eyeball
03/28/2017
12:30-1pm
Jump into our "eyeball" room, and learn all about how our eyes work. Then take a tour of Portland from our own Camera Obscura light mechanism.

Free with admission
3/28
Tuesday
Culture Kitchen: Irish Soda Bread
03/28/2017
3-3:30pm
Discover the process of baking Irish Soda Bread as we explore Irish culture, the science of baking, and more.

Free with admission
3/29
Wednesday
Big, Messy Art
03/29/2017
10:15-10:45am
Stop by for some big, messy art during this collaborative, process-based art time.

Free with admission
3/29
Wednesday
Storytelling Around the World: One Thousand Pails of Water
03/29/2017
11-11:30am
Once upon a time in Japan, a whale swam too close to the shore. The tide went out and one child convinced his town to save the whale with One Thousand Pails of Water. Act out this very big story using very small objects.

Free with admission
3/29
Wednesday
Camera Obscura: Working Waterfront Tour
03/29/2017
11:30am-12pm
We'll tour the Portland peninsula from above as we look for barges, ferries, cranes, and more.

Free with admission
3/29
Wednesday
Star Show: Constellation Yoga
03/29/2017
12-12:30pm
Stretch like Leo the Lion and bend like Ursa Major the Bear during this interactive, movement-based star show.

Free with admission
3/29
Wednesday
Turtle Time
03/29/2017
2-2:30pm
Come meet the gang: Dill, Eloise, Busy Bob, and Nigel, and learn about turtles and tortoises across the globe.

Free with admission
3/29
Wednesday
Star Show: Choose Your Own Adventure!
03/29/2017
3-3:30pm
Learn about the stars in the night sky and join us for a special Maine constellation edition where you, the audience, help tell the story.

Free with admission
3/30
Thursday
Tiny Tots: Puffy Paint Exploration
03/30/2017
10:15-10:45am
Join us for a dynamic program ideal for ages 18-36 months. This week, we'll explore puffy paint!

Free with admission
3/30
Thursday
Science of the Senses: Tricks of the Eye
03/30/2017
10:30-11am
Learn how our eyes work, experience the whimsy of optical illusions, and explore how our Camera Obscura exhibit works like an eyeball!

Free with admission
3/30
Thursday
Puppet Show: Speak Up Sully!
03/30/2017
11-11:30am
Presenting a live, interactive puppet show all about being an ordinary, not-so-scary monster. Our favorite blue puppet Sully will take you through an ordinary day in his life. When Sully asks for what he wants in a little tiny voice, no one can hear him. To get what he needs, Sully needs to find a strong, respectful voice. Sully will go searching for this voice all over the museum and theatre. Will you help him find it? Do you have a strong, respectful voice that you can share?

Free with admission
3/30
Thursday
Cooking Healthy: Roots & Shoots
03/30/2017
11:30am-12pm
Mix, measure, and cook nutritious winter snacks using seasonal and local roots and shoots like kale, squash, and carrots. Read a story or do an art project while the snack is cooking and then enjoy!

Free with admission
3/30
Thursday
Creatures of the Deep
03/30/2017
12-12:30pm
Dive into the ocean depths with us as we discover strange, fascinating animals that live in the dark abyss. We'll turn the room into a watery wonderland where we'll meet vampire squid, lantern fish and other amazing creatures.

Free with admission
3/30
Thursday
Live Creature Feature: Frog Relays
03/30/2017
12:30-1pm
Learn about the life cycle of a frog and watch our live frogs for inspiration before launching into a series of frog-jump games.

Free with admission
3/30
Thursday
Meet the Arts: Kindah Khalidy
03/30/2017
3-3:30pm
Learn about this painter and textile designer, then create your own Khalidy-inspired creation.

Free with admission
3/31
Friday
Puppet Show: The Mixed Up Chameleon
03/31/2017
10:15-10:45am
Help a very mixed up chameleon figure out how he feels.

Free with admission
3/31
Friday
Camera Obscura: 332 Years of Magic
03/31/2017
11-11:30am
Did you know the apparatus on the top of our building was invented 332 years ago? Join us for a panoramic view of Portland from a room without windows as we imagine life in the 1600s.

Free with admission
3/31
Friday
Science: Magnet Madness
03/31/2017
11:30am-12pm
Feel the force of magnetic attraction as we explore the Museum & Theatre's collection of eclectic magnets! From magnetite rocks to magnetic spheres, horseshoes, and rods, we'll discover the invisible power of metals.

Free with admission
3/31
Friday
Live Creature Feature: Turtle Time
03/31/2017
12-12:30pm
Stretch like a turtle, feel a real turtle shell, and watch our turtles play during turtle time.

Free with admission
3/31
Friday
Stage Story: The Three Little Pigs
03/31/2017
1:30-2pm
"Little pig, little pig, let me come in!" Act out the classic story of The Three Little Pigs, or just watch in this interactive performance in our Dress-Up Theatre.

Free with admission
3/31
Friday
Under the Sea Star Show
03/31/2017
2-2:30pm
Join us in the Space Shuttle to look at constellations related to the ocean and learn some of their stories. Do you recognize any other sea creatures in the sky?

Free with admission
3/31
Friday
Meet the Arts: Paper-Making
03/31/2017
3-3:30pm
Join us as we discover the process of paper-making and celebrate recycling during this messy, hands-on program.

Free with admission

April 2017

4/1
Saturday
Explore the Arts: Pencil Sharpening
04/01/2017
11-11:30am
Join us for an exciting process art program that's all about pencils! Choose from a variety of pencils, then try your hand at the age-old tradition of pencil sharpening. We'll provide the pencils, you provide the inspiration.

Free with admission
4/1
Saturday
Live Creature Feature: Sharks, Mermaids, and Baby Dolphins
04/01/2017
2-2:30pm
Join us to meet our newest members of our tide pool touch tank including a great white shark, a friendly mermaid, and a baby dolphin. Careful not to get splashed by these oversized friends!

Free with admission
4/13
Thursday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid OPENING NIGHT!
04/13/2017
4-5pm
Join us for Opening Night of The Little Mermaid and meet the actors at a festive gala party after the play!

Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$18 (or two punches on a theatre punch pass) Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.

4/14
Friday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid
04/14/2017
1-2pm
Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$10 (Museum & Theatre members receive $1 off per ticket), $16 to stay and play. Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.

4/14
Friday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid
04/14/2017
4-5pm
Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$10 (Museum & Theatre members receive $1 off per ticket), $16 to stay and play. Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.

4/15
Saturday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid
04/15/2017
1-2pm
Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$10 (Museum & Theatre members receive $1 off per ticket), $16 to stay and play. Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.

4/15
Saturday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid
04/15/2017
4-5pm
Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$10 (Museum & Theatre members receive $1 off per ticket), $16 to stay and play. Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.

4/17
Monday
April Vacation Camp: All About the Ocean
04/17/2017
9am-12pm
Looking for adventure this week? We have five days of vacation camp to spark your curiosity, challenge your senses and, of course, help you meet new friends! The theme of our April vacation camp is All About the Ocean! Learn about oceanography and marine life, create art inspired by ocean animals, and even see our ocean play, The Little Mermaid!

Get a sneak peek behind the scenes and explore before the Museum & Theatre is open to the public. Thrive with a small group. We keep our camp size small so campers get the attention they need and deserve. Designed for ages 5-8.

Register for one day or the whole week! $35/member per day, $40/visitor per day OR $135/member, $160/visitor ($40 savings for the week!). Register online, call (207) 828-1234 ext. 231, or stop by the front desk. Please sign up early! This camp requires three or more registrations to run, and may be cancelled if sufficient registrations are not received by 5pm April 14.

Sea Monster and Mer-folk Monday: Dive under the sea for a day full of imaginative ocean adventures! Hear a story about a fearsome sea monster Cetus, play acting games to become a sea creatures yourselves, bust out your best under-the-sea dance moves, and decorate our own mer-tail! (Click here to register for Monday's Camp!)

Ocean Art Tuesday: Together we'll bring the ocean into the art room (or at least some of it!). We'll marbleize paper, create an ocean mural, and make bubble wands!
(Click here to register for Tuesday's Camp!)

Science of the Sea Wednesday: We'll find out how sharks and whales float, take a closer look at our LIVE sea creatures in our Tide Pool Touch Tank with our microscope, and create your own jellyfish in a bottle!
(Click here to register for Wednesday's Camp!)

Theatre Thursday: Join us for a day of Little Mermaid-inspired theatre! Play acting games in our Dress Up Theatre, go on an exclusive back-stage tour, meet the cast of The Little Mermaid and take in the show at 11am!
(Click here to register for Thursday's Camp!)

Friday: Ancient Tales From the Sea! Hear folk tales from Maine and beyond about sea creatures, fearsome and fantastic, and decide for yourself what to believe. Try a seaworthy snack and use a combination of science and your imagination to craft your own underwater creature.
(Click here to register for Friday's Camp!)
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4/19
Wednesday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid
04/19/2017
11am-12pm
Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$10 (Museum & Theatre members receive $1 off per ticket), $16 to stay and play. Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.

4/19
Wednesday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid
04/19/2017
2-3pm
Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$10 (Museum & Theatre members receive $1 off per ticket), $16 to stay and play. Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.

4/20
Thursday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid
04/20/2017
11am-12pm
Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$10 (Museum & Theatre members receive $1 off per ticket), $16 to stay and play. Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.

4/20
Thursday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid
04/20/2017
2-3pm
Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$10 (Museum & Theatre members receive $1 off per ticket), $16 to stay and play. Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.

4/21
Friday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid
04/21/2017
1-2pm
Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$10 (Museum & Theatre members receive $1 off per ticket), $16 to stay and play. Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.

4/21
Friday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid
04/21/2017
4-5pm
Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$10 (Museum & Theatre members receive $1 off per ticket), $16 to stay and play. Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.

4/22
Saturday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid
04/22/2017
4-5pm
Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$10 (Museum & Theatre members receive $1 off per ticket), $16 to stay and play. Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.

4/23
Sunday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid
04/23/2017
1-2pm
Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$10 (Museum & Theatre members receive $1 off per ticket), $16 to stay and play. Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.

4/23
Sunday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid
04/23/2017
4-5pm
Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$10 (Museum & Theatre members receive $1 off per ticket), $16 to stay and play. Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.

4/28
Friday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid
04/28/2017
4-5pm
Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$10 (Museum & Theatre members receive $1 off per ticket), $16 to stay and play. Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.

4/29
Saturday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid
04/29/2017
1-2pm
Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$10 (Museum & Theatre members receive $1 off per ticket), $16 to stay and play. Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.

4/29
Saturday
Main Stage Production: The Little Mermaid
04/29/2017
4-5pm
Under the sea lives a mermaid who longs for legs and the chance to dance among humans, while on land lives a prince who dreams of living among the fish! In this original re-telling of the fairy tale, we meet these classic characters and their plucky younger siblings for an ocean adventure about finding your home, and finding your voice.

Adapted by local playwright Jennifer Reck, Directed by Allison McCall, and based on the Hans Christian Anderson story, The Little Mermaid is performed for children and families by our company of young actors. The Little Mermaid is produced with support from the Margaret E Burnham Charitable Trust.

$10 (Museum & Theatre members receive $1 off per ticket), $16 to stay and play. Purchase tickets online, call (800) 838-3006, or stop by the front desk.