Test your engineering and science skills as you explore how the Potawatomi and others utilized a vast array of natural resources in our area, then investigate a variety of local wildlife adaptations.
In this new program series, Tinkering Through Time, children will experience a variety of hands-on activities and develop STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, math) and critical thinking skills. Join us after school to discover how history connects to science experiments, nature, crafts, and more!
Includes museum admission. Program will take place in the Education Classroom in the Dunn Museum. For more information contact Sarah Salto at 847-968-3385.