Gradades 3, 4, and 5
Curator Club is a program that provides science education
on a variety of topics in a fun learning environment.
“Saturday mornings at Curator Club were always a highlight of my child’s week.” Curator Club Parent
2015 WINTER SCHEDULE
1/10 Learn About Carnivorous Plants! Danger!
the Science of Magic
and the Magic of Science!
Celebrate Groundhog Day
and Learn about Weather Prediction!
the Forces of Nature
Shape Our World!
Uncover the Science
Behind the Nasty, Gross
Identify Local Birds
Explore Their Habitats!
Curator Club Time
Saturdays 9:15 AM – 11:30 PM
Doors open for registration at 9:05 AM
Curator Club instructors are certified teachers assisted by Messiah College students. All museum staff members have current clearances.
The cost for all six activities is $75 or $15 per individual activity. Walk-ins will be accepted on the day of the activity as space allows for a cost of $18.
Curator Club members receive an annual membership card for free admission to The Oakes Museum of Natural History, a certificate for three free children's admissions to bring a friend, and a Curator Club t-shirt.
Payment must be received within 72 hours of an activity or the registration may not be held. Credit card payments may now be made online - see link below registration. We accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. Checks may be mailed to:
The Oakes Museum of Natural History
One College Avenue
Attn: Curator Club
Need-based scholarships are available.
For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
No refunds will be issued after the first activity. The Oakes Museum of Natural History reserves the right to cancel any program two weeks before it begins due to insufficient registration. All prepaid participants will receive a full refund. In case of inclement weather, please call 691-6082 (option 2) for information regarding cancellations or delays.
What to Bring
Curator Club Mission Statement
In fitting with the Oakes Museum mission statement, the Curator Club is a multifaceted science enrichment program. The program will provide a meaningful and hands on learning experience for the participants, challenging them to explore and question their world.
Fulfilling part of the Oakes Museum mission, the Curator Club is a multifaceted science enrichment program for community children, grades 3 to 8. The program provides scientifically-based, hands-on learning experience for the participants, challenging them to explore and question their world.