Category: Learning

Astronomy Camp-in-a-Box

Astronomy Camp-in-a-Box

Posted: February 26, 2021| Category: Learning

Unpack adventures every day! Astronomy Camp-in-a-Box is for kids ages 7-12, with one hour of activities planned per day for the Monday-Friday of April vacation week. Get ready to blast off with games, puzzles, kits and more to spark excitement and discovery in young astronomers! Each Astronomy Camp-in-a-Box is put… Read More
Mars Rover Landing Watch Party

Mars Rover Landing Watch Party

Posted: February 1, 2021| Categories: Learning, Programs and Events

Feb. 18, 3:00 – 4:30pm livestream event! Be part of the moment-to-moment excitement as we join NASA scientists and engineers and their team who guide a new rover to landing on Mars! After a cold, lonely, nearly eight-month-long trip through space, a robot named Perseverance is going land on Mars! Join the… Read More
Camp-in-a-Box

Camp-in-a-Box

Posted: January 28, 2021| Categories: Fairbanks Museum, Learning

Animals in Winter! Unpack an adventure each day during February Break. While in-person camp is not feasible, we gathered some of our favorite discovery gear to prepare a winter “camp-in-a-box” to keep your kiddos busy during February break! This box is packed with fun crafts and educational activities that focus… Read More
AmeriCorps Teachers

AmeriCorps Teachers

Posted: October 12, 2020| Categories: Learning, Museum News

The Fairbanks Museum education team welcomes two AmeriCorps Members, who will be leading classes and delivering after school programming for K – 8 students. Both educators add to the Museum’s science skills and bring fresh energy to the team. “We’re happy to welcome Mariama Jones and Molly Hanover to our… Read More
Wildflower Wander

Wildflower Wander

Posted: May 18, 2020| Categories: Fairbanks Museum, Learning, What's Happening

We’re watching for new blooms every day. Early spring flowers bask in our New England sunshine and brighten fields, forests, and wetlands with splashes of color. We’ve been recording first bloom dates at the Fairbanks Museum since 1904, and we’re not about to stop now — we’re simply moving our… Read More
Take A Walk

Take A Walk

Posted: April 1, 2020| Category: Learning

Want to deepen your nature knowledge? When you step outside with science educator Bobby Farlice-Rubio, every object has meaning. He’ll reveal secrets in the natural world to help you recognize familiar signs and spot hidden clues. Join Bobby in his tree house, and let him introduce you to trees… Read More
Virtual Learning

Virtual Learning

Posted: March 16, 2020| Categories: Fairbanks Museum, Learning

Our COVID-19 update with Science Educator Bobby Farlice-Rubio and Dr. Michael Rousse, Chief Medical Officer at Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital, is available online. They discussed the latest information about how the virus is affecting our communities, and what you can do. Read More
Climate Action Film Festival

Climate Action Film Festival

Posted: March 2, 2020| Categories: Learning, Programs and Events

On March 11, 6:00-8:00 PM, the Climate Action Film Festival brings together stories and filmmakers from around the globe to address the climate crisis. The Climate Action Film Festival is a celebration of short films with a focus on solutions to the climate crisis. It is the first festival of… Read More
Backyard Meteorology

Backyard Meteorology

Posted: February 18, 2020| Categories: Learning, Mark Breen, Programs and Events, Weather, What's Happening

Starting March 19, this 3-part series covers weather basics with Senior Meteorologist Mark Breen. Ever wonder how meteorologists make weather forecasts that that can influence the ways we travel, grow our gardens, and prepare for the day? Mark Breen helps you develop the skills to identify, observe, and record… Read More
The Science of Cheesemaking

The Science of Cheesemaking

Posted: January 27, 2020| Categories: Learning, Programs and Events

This 4-part series is held on 4 consecutive Thursdays, beginning April 9, from 5:00 – 6:00 PM at the Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium. The cost is $40/member or $50/non-member. A staple food since it began being made 7,200 years ago in Ancient Egypt, the art of cheesemaking has not been… Read More