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Children’s Museum celebrates immaturity this summer

The Duluth Children’s Museum is exploring the science of silly and the history of hilarity with opening of the “KLUTZ Amazingly Immature” exhibit. Based on the popular KLUTZ Encyclopedia of Immaturity Vol. 1 and 2, the exhibit is a wacky interactive experience that encourages STEM learning through laughter, play, and comedy. Over 18 fun activities – from pulling a tablecloth out from under dishes to building boomerangs – create a memorable learning experience for children…

Children’s Museum hosts spring-themed free Friday

It might not feel like spring outside yet but the Duluth Children’s Museum is celebrating the coming green season during April’s Free First Friday event. UMD’s Communication Science and Disorders students will be facilitating fun spring themed language stations throughout the museum and visitors can enjoy all of the museum’s exhibits, including the current Superhero Training Academy, at no cost. The fun is happening this Friday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. “Free First Fridays…

Duluth Children’s Museum opens pop-up playspace downtown

The storefront at 408 W. Superior St. has been transformed into a free playspace for children and families. The Duluth Children’s Museum opened the space as part of the Greater Downtown Council’s Pop Up Downtown Program, which offers free storefront space to selected business during the holidays. “We saw an opportunity to bring the fun and learning of our Lincoln Park location to Downtown.” said Cameron Bloom Kruger, President and CEO of the Duluth Children’s…

Wood and fabric exhibit opens at Duluth Children’s Museum

The Duluth Children’s Museum’s exhibit hall has transformed into a forest workshop for fabric art and woodworking creations. Kirsten Aune and John Finkle were selected for the museum’s 2017 Arts in STEAM residency, putting their work on display for visitors and providing live demonstrations of their crafts. Past artists in the program have included Mary Plaster with larger than life puppets and Sarah Agaton Howes demonstrating Ojibwe beading. Each artist also creates an art piece…