Classroom Intermission

All programs run 45 minutes to an hour in length.

Professor W’s Earth Science Circus!

Tuesday April 8, 2014
10:00 AM
$8 per person
Grades K-6

Step right up! A recycling and litter show based on the K-6 Earth Science Curriculum.  Environmental conservation topics will be introduced through magic, juggling, stories, live music, contests, plate spinning, audience participation, and the mysterious…commonsensenator!
Language Arts Literacy Standards: 3.4.A, 3.4.B
Science Standards: 5.3.C, 5.3.D, 5.3.E, 5.4.C, 5.4.F, 5.4.G
<Consumer, Family, and Life Skills: 9.2.A 

Dancin’ with the Honey Bees

Wednesday, May 7, 2014
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
10:00 AM and 12:30 PM
$8 per person
Grades 1-6

Clifford Wright-Sunflower is a master beekeeper and environmentalist.  Aided by an eager volunteer from the audience dressed in beekeeping equipment, Clifford demonstrates the precision of a beekeeper working a beehive.  He transforms the entire audience into a working hive.  With bodies busily buzzing around, children learn firsthand about the delicate and complex balance of the bee colony.  After the honey bee dance, children are divided into smaller groups to visit an observation hive of bees, to make a beeswax candle, and most important, to share bee fears, experiences, and questions.  Program presented by Clifford Wright-Sunflower.
Visual and Performing Arts Standards: 1.1.C
Language Arts Literacy Standards: 3.3, 3.4
Science Standards: 5.1.A, 5.1.D, 5.3.A, 5.3.B, 5.3.C, 5.3.D, 5.3.E

Reserve Today

A reduced museum admission price of $3 is available when purchasing tickets to any Classroom Intermission Theatre Series performance.

  1. A deposit of 50 percent of the total due must accompany the Classroom Intermission Reservation Form. Deposits are accepted by certified check, money order, school/organizational check or purchase order.
  2. Mail in reservation form as soon as possible. You will receive a written confirmation upon receipt of your reservation form and deposit. These programs fill up very quickly, so plan early.
  3. Full payment is due no later than one month before the show date. Failure to make payment at that time will result in cancellation. All deposits are forfeited if full payment is not received by that time.
  4. If you must cancel, please contact the museum at least one month before the show for a return of your deposit. Deposits are not returned if you cancel within less than one month of the show date. There are no refunds once full payment has been received.

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