Residents are invited to attend free, family programming at the Living Prairie Museum, 2795 Ness Ave., on Thursdays this summer. Theme Days take place on Thursdays, July 11 to August 22, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Activities include a presentation on a prairie topic followed by an activity. The one-hour programs are best suited for children ages 5 – 11.
July 11 – Toothy Grins: Prairie animals have different dietary needs. Learn how teeth can give us clues about favourite foods.
July 18 – Four Feet Under: Where does a ground squirrel hole go? How deep are prairie roots? Discover diversity underground.
July 25 – Brushing Blooms: The prairie is home to fabulous wildflowers. Grab your paintbrush and discover the fine details of these blooming beauties.
Location: Living Prairie Museum
Street: 2795 Ness Ave.