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Virtual Programs

Museum at Home: Virtual Programs

Can't make it to the museum? No worries! Bring the museum to your home through Museum at Home, a virtual learning series featuring a wide variety of subjects!

Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length with an additional 15 minutes for Q&A. Managed through the Zoom platform, participants will be able to interact with the presenter through chat and Q&A features. Best of all, all programs are FREE!

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Flex Your Mussels
Sept. 22  |  7 p.m.  

Freshwater mussels play an important role in our river habitats. Find out more about the hidden strengths these amazing mollusks and what we can do to help save them from extinction.

register for Flex Your Mussels

Dust to Dust:
Victorians' Obsession with Death
Oct. 20  |  7 p.m.

Discover the unusual death and burial practices of the Victorian era. From hair art to funeral fashion to cemeteries, we will take you back in time to learn why Victorians were obsessed with death.

register for Dust to Dust

Day in the Life of a Keeper 
Oct. 6  |  7 p.m.

Otters, snakes, eagles and catfish - learn more about how our animal keepers take to care of nearly 2,000 animals every day. A keeper will join us to talk about what their work day looks like, how they started their career and answer questions about what being a keeper is like.

register for Day in the Life of a Keeper

Animal Myths and
Nov. 10  |  7 p.m.    

Explore misconceptions of a few unique animals and myths associated with them. Meet a few of the unique animals we have in our collection that are misunderstood during our live program!

register for Animal Myths & Misunderstandings