Thursday, June 14, 2012

Bean Museum, BYU

wildlife museum

The Bean Museum at BYU is preparing for a major overhaul.  Starting July 1, the Bean Museum will be closed until Fall 2013.  So, basically, you have 2 weeks to get down there and visit the museum one last time before they hit their metamorphosis stage.  We love the Bean Museum, and for the little kids it's almost as cool as the zoo.  The animals don't move, obviously, but you get a better look at them.  So, get to the Bean Museum between now and July 1.

If you just can't make it and you live in Provo, the Bean Museum is beginning an awesome program: Free FHE shows to anyone in Provo City.  The museum will put on shows to groups of 15 people or more, and they are all reptile shows. If you fall into that category and are interested in having the museum come to you, you can reserve your show on their site.

In addition to the FHE program, the Bean Museum will be starting a wildlife hour at Utah County Libraries.  Classes are held weekly at 11:00 am.  You can learn all about wildlife with games, crafts and activities.  Classes will run June 18 until August 10 and the schedule is as follows:

Monday: Springville Library
Tuesday: Mapleton Library
Wednesday: Orem Library
Thursday: American Fork Library
Friday: Pleasant Grove Library

1 comment:

  1. We love the Bean Museum, too. We've been there several times with our littles. I found your blog through the Bloggers on KSL group. I am excited to read more posts because we are always looking for new, fun things to do!


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