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Wonderful Wednesdays @ Discovery Place KIDS – Huntersville
Family Fun
Date: January 8, 2014
Time: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Location: Show map
Discover Place KIDS - Huntersville
105 Gilead Road
Huntersville, NC 28078

Contact: Help Desk
Phone: 704.372.6261
Email: kaitlinr@discoveryplace.org
Site: www.discoveryplacekids.org

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Join us each Wednesday for fun, themed activities throughout the Museum.

January 8 Reptiles in Winter -Charlotte Nature Museum will be here today for a presentation on how reptiles survive when it gets cold outside. Meet a snake and a box turtle in today’s live creature program.

January 15 The Mitten -Participate in an interactive story time of The Mitten by Jan Brett. Little storytellers will act out the various animals in the story and find out just how many animals can fit inside a mitten.

January 22 Arctic Ice Sensory- Our littlest friends will get hands-on with winter sensory bins.

January 29 I CAN Create Animal Masks- Stop by I CAN Create today to make an animal mask of your favorite polar animal. Snowy owls, polar bears and penguins are just a few options to choose from. All Museum events and activities are free with admission.

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