“We are creating a one-of-a-kind place that encourages children’s playful exploration of nature, physical activity, and keeps alive a child’s sense of wonder,” says of museum President and CEO Barry Van Deman. “We believe children and their parents should have a safe, natural and wonder-filled place to come where they are free to explore, climb, crawl and use their imaginations.”
“We are creating a one-of-a-kind place that encourages children’s playful exploration of nature, physical activity, and keeps alive a child’s sense of wonder,” says of museum President and CEO Barry Van Deman. “We believe children and their parents should have a safe, natural and wonder-filled place to come where they are free to explore, climb, crawl and use their imaginations.”
“We are creating a one-of-a-kind place that encourages children’s playful exploration of nature, physical activity, and keeps alive a child’s sense of wonder,” says of museum President and CEO Barry Van Deman. “We believe children and their parents should have a safe, natural and wonder-filled place to come where they are free to explore, climb, crawl and use their imaginations.”

Expansion moves Museum of Life and Science outdoors

April 27, 2014 09:42 AM

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