Youth Art Activity: 8 arms-full of science and art, ages 6-9

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    Saturday, March 30th

    Event Summary

    The Alaska State Museum is installing a Giant North Pacific Octopus in the kids' Discovery Room. Kids ages 6-9 are invited to come learn about this brilliant but reclusive creature and about how warming oceans and plastic pollution are impacting it with biologists Sherry Tamone and Riley Woodford. Then, they'll work with artist Tanna Peters to create unique and artistic suckers for the octopus.

    This workshop is free but space is limited and registration is highly recommended. Call the Museum at 465-2901 to register.

    This program is partially funded by the citizens of the City and Borough of Juneau through sales tax revenues and is sponsored by the Friends of the Alaska State Library, Archives, and Museum.

    Price: Free, but registration is recommended

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    Alaska State Museum
    360 Egan Drive And Whittier
    Juneau
    99801

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