OSWEGO, NY – The Children’s Museum of Oswego will help answer the age-old question: “What is there to do?” during the upcoming school holiday break for youngsters.
Museum representatives will hold events and activities in the ballroom of the McCrobie Building, 41 Lake St., on December 23, 26-31.
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The Children’s Museum will offer interactive exhibits and activities that promote creativity, imagination, learning and fun, according to Jillian Shaver, director of the Children’s Museum of Oswego.
“Having the Children’s Museum set up at the McCrobie Building during this time would provide an opportunity for recreational and educational fun,” she noted.
They will set up small-scale, about 10 to 15 exhibits and host occasional workshops (music and movement classes, arts and crafts, Lego building etc), she added.
They are a fully insured, non-profit organization staffed by volunteers.
“We are a startup non-profit and are working hard to provide something in our community that is not available elsewhere in the county,” she said.
Children of all ages will be able to explore a wide variety of exhibits.
In addition to the exhibits offered, the Children’s Museum of Oswego has partnered with the Art Association of Oswego, Grace and Glory Reptiles, Oswego High School physics teacher Tom Altman and local musician Gina Holsopple to present explorations in art, music, science, animal studies and more!
Cost of admission is $3 per person.
If you are interested in volunteering please email Jill at [email protected]
Please visit their website www.cmoo.org or Facebook page for more information.