Everhart Museum’s Early Explorers Program Returns on September 28th!

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Let Their Journey Begin with Early Explorers!
Let Their Journey Begin with Early Explorers!
Let Their Journey Begin with Early Explorers!
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
 
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
 
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
 
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
 
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
 
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
 
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
 
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
 
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
 
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
The Early Explorers Program!
Pre-K children (ages 3-5 years old) will get a jumpstart on learning through the Museum’s
Early Explorers program starting on Monday, September 28th. The Fall series kick-0ffs with a FREE class called “Gardening 101.” Kids will learn about how things grow with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project.

According to Anthony Grigas, Coordinator of Interpretive Programs, Early Explorers is an opportunity for parents and guardians “to allow their children to get an introduction to the Museum and learn the basics of reading and understanding, speaking, and dictation.”

Throughout the 10-week program, the Everhart will bring in local experts to teach children about subjects inspired by different Museum exhibits. These classes will blend literature, the arts, and natural science and include a project for kids to get hands-on experience.

Early Explorers will feature experts from the Scranton Cultural Center, the Wyoming Valley Conservation District, and the Lackawanna Country’s Children’s Library. Kids will have the chance to relive local history with researchers Margo and Marnie Azzarelli, cultivate their green thumbs with Gwendolyn Philmeck from the Greenhouse Project and explore music through instruments from different cultures with music educator Cathy Van Nort.

Grigas said it is exciting to watch children “grow up with the Museum” through this program. He sees many of the kids who graduate from Early Explorers return to the Museum for summer camps as they get older.

“Having have an educational facility be one of those fond memories is always a good thing.” 
About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton’s historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. 
 
General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission, and the City of Scranton.
 
Thank you to our media partners: Halibut Blue,   The Electric City, KING Outdoor Advertising and WNEP-TV 16.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
Enroll your child today!
 
Early Explorers is held on Mondays from Noon to 12:45 pm, beginning on September 28th and continuing through December 7th. PLEASE NOTE: class will not be held on October 12th.
 
For full schedule

Pre-Registration is required for Early Explorers and costs per child are as follows:

$25/museum member
$50/nonmember

Siblings may attend at the rate of $25/child.
 
Space is limited! To register your child, call 570-346-7186, ext. 516.
 
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