A Quiet Place (runtime: 1 hr 31 min; rated PG-13) with a special guest scientist.
amThe expert scientist will introduce the film, watch with you, and lead a discussion about the science (or lack thereof) shown in the film. Could monsters really track their prey using only sound? What are the real animals that have these sorts of powers? postcards.
With Sharks! on display in the Science Gallery and Summer with the Averys [Milton | Sally | March] showcased in the Main Galleries, visitors are invited to learn all about sharks (including live baby sharks), enjoy play time with Imagination Playground blocks, or create their own postcards or artwork, just as the Avery family did during their own productive summer vacations. Additional activities include creating a pinhole camera, shark crafts, and learning all about sharks’ life cycles and eating habits.
This month’s Bruce Explorers program will have children creating their own shark diorama! From learning about how scientists go out into the field to study, to creating the final product, children will become Bruce Museum naturalists who create their own dioramas.
In this Art Adventure, kids and their caretakers will create postcards based on their own summer adventures, inspired by interacting with the Summer with the Averys. They can share or take home their postcards.
All town residents and their guests are welcome to attend this Celebrate Stratford event. If you do not have a Town of Stratford resident sticker affixed to your car and you enter the beach prior to 6 p.m., a $30 non-resident fee will be charged.