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Special Hours

The Children's Museum
Special Hours



The kids are out of school on Good Friday, so bring them to The Children’s Museum! The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley will be open Friday, April 18th from 9 am – 5 pm. Enjoy the holiday by bringing your children to explore, play, and learn. Admission is good all day and is $5 per person, free for children under 1, and $4 for seniors 55 and over. The Children’s Museum will be closed April 19th so come and explore with us April 18th from 9 am to 5 pm. For more information on Museum hours, admission, or programs, please visit www.cmbv.org or call 979-779-KIDS (5437).






Monthly Art Lessons

The Children's Museum
Monthly Art Lessons



The Children’s Museum’s April Art Lesson for kids ages 4-6 at will be held April 26th from 10:30 – 11:30. Join Haley Richardson at the Museum to learn about different artists and art techniques and to make an art project of your own. Art lesson are held every last Saturday of the month from 10:30 – 11:30. Pre-registration is required and only 15 spots are available per lesson! To sign your 4 to 6 year old up for art lessons at The Children’s Museum, please call us at 979-779-KIDS (5437).





Energy Day

The Children's Museum
Energy Day



Need something for the kids to do? Visit The Children’s Museum for a FREE ADMISSION DAY on April 26th!!! The Children’s Museum and Texas A&M Spirit Scholars will be hosting our second Energy Day on April 26th from 10 AM – 5 PM. Sponsored by the Texas A&M Spirit Scholars, Museum admission is FREE for everyone and includes not only access to Museum exhibits, but also special science activities conducted by Spirit Scholar Students! For more information, visit www.cmbv.org or call 979-779-KIDS (5437).





Education Program: "Musical Storytelling, Growing Up to Become President Bush: Character Counts!"

George Bush Presidential Library and Museum
Highlights from President Bush's childhood and youth will inspire students to consider how to grow up to be the best citizen possible. All of the stories and songs are geared to enhance the theme of character development. Joining together in music, movement and folktales "with a twist" will also help to meet several common core standards for grades K-3.



The Bryan College Station Library System sends us Family Literacy Librarian Bobbee Pennington, a former elementary school teacher. She will be sharing the story: "Growing Up To Become President Bush: Character Counts!" She will also share other stories and songs she has written including: "The Presidents Song" (character is the key), "Millie's Song" (reading motivation) "Billy Goats Gruff" (anti-bullying), "Little Red Hen" (promoting work ethics) and "Toads & Diamonds - Texas Style" (kind words and kind deeds).



For students in grades K-3.



Make free online distance learning reservations at http://www.connect2texas.net/bushlibrary41 (video-conference, live stream or recording).



For more information contact the Bush Library and Museum Education Department at (979) 691-4006 or email bush.education@nara.gov.

Tracy Paine, tracy.paine@nara.gov, 979-691-4014


Aggie ATEM Summer Camp

College Station, Texas
5th ANNUAL AGGIE STEM SUMMER CAMP



Theme: “Making” in an Era of STEM Education



The Aggie center for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) is holding it's 5th annual summer camp for middle and high school students July 7th through 18th.



The summer camp will engage students in real-world experiences through STEM Project-Based Learning, improve SAT scores and provide a world class university experience with Texas A&M University professors in STEM fields. Students will attend non-credit STEM classes by TAMU professors, Chemistry of Cosmetics, Safety Engineering, Construction Engineering, Circuit Design, Learn to use XtraNormal Animation Studio and Photo Story, Advanced Mathematics, Code and Coding Theory, Plant Biology, PSAT/SAT prep class, and a variety of social activities and local field trips. The focus activity will be 3-D printing in preparation for the 1st Annual STEM Art Show at the Stark Gallery and Maker Fair as the culminating activity “of activities”.



Students may choose from day-camp options or the residence hall stay option. Registration begins immediately and ends May 10th or when filled.



Program Objective: The camp is designed to be challenging and fun regardless of achievement level. We collect important background information so we can plan for individual differences and design our program for those who register.



Program Participants: Students from middle and high school age youth (Grades 6-12).



HvOW TO CONTACT US


Shelly Grassinger or Niyazi Erdogan


Phone: (979) 862-4665


E-mail: aggiestem@tamu.edu


http://aggiestem.tamu.edu/


Aggie STEM


4232 TAMU


Texas A&M University


College Station, TX 77843

Shelly Grassinger
979-862-4666



College Station High School Strutter Kick-Start Camp

College Station High School, College Station, TX
This is a camp for girls grades pre-k through 5th grade. The girls will learn dances and stand routines, eat a snack, do a craft, take a picture with Cooper the Cougar, and perform at the Strutter Spring Showcase on May 2nd or 3rd.

Registration forms are available at: https://sites.google.com/a/csisd.org/cshs-dance-team/strutter-kick-start-camp



Art and Essay Contest: Community History, Heroes, and Heritage

George Bush Presidential Library and Museum
Call for original art work and essays reflecting local history, heroes and heritage: Let us celebrate the stories and traditions of local history, heroes and heritage! Students in grades K-12 throughout Region VI Education Service Center are invited to participate. Region VI's 15 counties are Austin, Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Houston, Leon, Madison, Milam, Montgomery, Polk, Robertson, San Jacinto, Trinity, Walker and Washington.

First-place entries become part of the collection of the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum. Download entry forms online at bushlibrary.tamu.edu/education/art_essay_contest.

Monica Lerma, 979-691-4006, bush.education@nara.gov


2014 Presidents Day Event

George Bush Presidential Library and Museum
9 a.m. to noon, Genealogy Workshop: Exploring President Bush as a Guide to Your Family Research. Do you even wonder who your ancestors were, or if you might be related to someone famous such as a former president? Join us for a free genealogy program designed specifically for novices to this increasingly popular pastime.

1-4 p.m., An Afternoon of Presidential Fun. Our Presidents Day event continues in the afternoon with fun for the whole family. The Mount Rushmore presidents will be welcoming visitors and posing for pictures. Crafts and activities for children will take place in the classroom, and local celebrities will be reading presidential books to children. Refreshments will be served and admission to the event is free.

5:30 - 8:00 p.m., "41" Film Screening. The first documentary to tell George Herbert Walker Bush's story in his own words, "41" is a rare, intimate glimpse at the life and times of the 41st President of the United States. Hailed as one of the most experienced politicians ever to achieve the presidency, George Bush shares anecdotes from his childhood, family, service in World War II and political career. Writer and film director Jeffrey Roth will introduce the film and discuss the time he spent with the former president. DVD sale, signing, and reception will follow.

Register online at bushlibrary.eventbrite.com or for more information call (979) 691-4014 or email reservations.bush@nara.gov.

Tracy Paine, 979-691-4014. reservations.bush@nara.gov


Academy of Modern Martial Arts-Back to School Party

Aug 31, 2012 7 - 8:30 PM

Academy of Modern Martial Arts; corner of Texas Ave and Southwest Pkwy next to Little Caesar's
Visit Academy of Modern Martial Arts for our Back-To-School party on August 31 from 7:00-8:30pm! Academy of Modern Martial Arts is holding a Back to School Party! Bring a friend and enjoy martial arts games, board breaking, dodgeball, refreshments and door prizes! This is FREE and open to the public, so stop by! Email info@ammacs.com to sign up!

Sharli Nucker, 979-695-7150


Piccadilly Circus

Sep 21, 2012 4:30PM and 7:30PM

Brazos County Expo Complex
PICCADILLY CIRCUS has everything you’d expect to see at a Circus. PICCADILLY CIRCUS celebrates 25 years entertaining families throughout North America and “we’ve pulled out all the stops!” You’ll see the ‘Elephant Extravaganza’, an elephant stands on one foot; ‘Motorcycle Madness’ has motorcycle daredevils somersaulting and spinning in a big Globe of Doom; ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’ a hilariously wild pack of sheep dogs; ‘My Little Pony On Parade’ an outstanding display of the colors of the rainbow, in pony vision; the ‘ White Tiger Spectacular; crazy comedy with circus clowns, even a 1923 Model T with a mind of its own; daring acrobats; cirque artists and much much more! Its 1½ hours of excitement and fun at PICCADILLY CIRCUS.
Special "Buy One Get One Free" adult tickets are available on-line at www.TheFunCircus.com (limited time offer!!)
See site for details and ticket pricing.
Where: Brazos Co Expo Complex 5827 Leonard Drive Bryan, TX 77807
When: Friday September 21st at 4:30 & 7:30
http://www.TheFunCircus.com


941-552-9952


Movie and Carnitas (teens and tweens)

Clara B. Mounce Public Library, 201 E. 26th St., Bryan, TX 77803
Watch a recent movie (rated PG) based on a book by Jeff Kinney; Chipotle will show you how to make carnitas tacos, and you get to eat some.

Sam, (979) 209-5616