Check out these other local resources dedicated to family fun, lifelong learning, health & wellness, and community enhancement!
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Catholic Charities (Childcare Resource & Referral)
La Leche League
Howe Caverns (Cobleskill)
Animal Adventure Park (Harpursville)
Discovery Center of the Southern Tier (Binghamton)
Wonder Works (Syracuse)
Corning Museum of Glass (Corning)
Inspire a love of learning through play! Cubelets are robot blocks that make it fast and easy to engage children as young as four in learning by building rebots. There's no wrong way to build with Cubelets, so it is remarkably easy to transform these blocks into brilliant bundles of robotic curiosity.
February 27, 10am - 2pm @ OWL
Partying Our Way To Pluto One Planet At A Time!
Stop #1 : Mercury
Stop #2 : Venus
Stop #3 : Earth
Stop #4 : Mars
Stop #5 : Jupiter
Stop #6 : Saturn
Stop #7 : Uranus
Stop #8 : Neptune
And Last But Not Least Stop #9 : Pluto
Whoo Whoo Doesn't Dig Ice-cream!?
Ice-cream Social 2015
Above: Winnie (age 7) takes a break from the activities and enjoys an icepop!
Above: Lindsay (age 17) and Annie (age 17) volunteer, along with many other Oneonta High School students, to serve the icecream and condiments at the icecream social!
Above: Zach (age 5) and Natalie (age 8) build their own shaker screens out of heavy duty paper plates, screening and tape.
Archeologists would use these shaker screens to sift dirt and recover artifcats that go unnoticed during excavation.
Above: Liam (age 4) excavates a flower while digging at the table top archeology station.
Above: Luke (age 9) is determining the best way to "build a box."
Tae Kwon Do
Below: Scott Andrew and Derek Leventritt, both local to Oneonta, participate in the Tae Kwon Do demonstration!
Hanford Mills Museum
Above: Lisa Zuend-Misner and Sara Horne, both locals, present the YMCA station and povide coloring as well as information on the YMCA!
Below: The Oneonta Job Corps Academy volunteers and the little archeologists take a break from digging to Zumba!
Making Blue Nano Worms At Hanford Mills
May 30th, 2015
Above: A brother and sister join forces and pour the blue concentrate into the pot to create some nano worms together!
The photograph above and the photograph below:
Nora Cooper (3 years old) and her brother Will Cooper (6 years old) make a very long nano worm together!
Below left: a young man comes and represents the boyscouts! Below right: a young man makes the longest worm of the day!