This year’s Reptile Rendezvous promises to be one of the best 2014 “Fun Family Days” at the Museum of Arts and Sciences.
Reptile Rendezvous offers visitors an opportunity to meet the large collection of reptiles and amphibians that make the Mini-Zoo home.
It also gives everyone a chance to see other reptiles and amphibians that will be visiting the Museum especially for the day.
Reptile Rendezvous 2014 will feature:
With great fanfare during the “Grand Reopening” celebrations, the Museum of Arts and Sciences relaunched its distinctive Discovery House, the interactive museum for children, which offers new excitement for Kids of All Ages!
The area was closed for almost three months while new exhibits were being installed and existing stations updated.
Visitors are greeted at the entrance by Ziggy, the Museum’s 40 million-year-old whale fossil, and the “Gesturing Woman” by Viola Frey, scholar and artist known for her larger-than-life, colorfully glazed clay sculptures.
Once you’re past Ziggy, “Gesturing Woman,” and the Polar Bear in the main floor’s Parlor, a ride on the elevator opens up entirely new experiences.
Scavenger hunts, nature walks, and hands-on activities are all part of the fun of 1st Saturdays at the Museum of Arts and Sciences.
Free admission for everyone to the Museum on the first Saturday of every month is generously sponsored by Medcen Foundation.
Mayor Robert Reichert has proposed his FY2015 Macon-Bibb County budget, which eliminates all funding for the Museum of Arts and Sciences effective July 1, 2014. If approved by the Commissioners, entire sections of the Museum will be closed and major programs will be eliminated.
Tuesday, June 10, 2014 at 6:00 p.m.
Macon-Bibb County Government Center
700 Poplar Street • Macon, GA
The Museum of Arts and Sciences will be co-hosting the annual Halluva Auction, scheduled to be held at the Macon City Auditorium on Friday, June 13, 2014.
Come and enjoy the delectable food and drinks, company, and entertainment while bidding on items in the live and silent auctions, which will be accessible from any location via virtual bidding by mobile devices: smartphones and tablets.
Each admission ticket covers entry for two persons PLUS a chance to win $10,000!
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