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Age appropriate productions held throughout the year.
Eco-friendly indoor play space and shop inspired by Montessori and Waldorf educational principles.
Explore pioneer life in our 1900 Foreman’s House and 1873 Oesterreicher Cabin. Experience how people traveled to the Beaches with our 1911 Steam Locomotive and 1900 Train Depot. Experience the unique history that is still alive today.
All ages. Each student makes their own animal.
Play arcade games or have a birthday party or field trip here. Free Admission, you just pay for the tokens and food.
In-school presentations offered to schools, day care facilities and home school assemblies.
Curriculum Tours for Pre-K through 12th graders.
Choice of various puppet making workshops or puppet shows offer hands on fun and learning for children ages 3-15.
At Doing Dishes there are two convenient ways to host a field trip for your group. Your group can go to the studio or they can come to your group.
Bringing art to our local schools, daycare and churches. You can go to the studio, or they can come to you.
Basic gymnastics instruction with fun, interactive games in-school or at their gym.
The Hands On Children’s Museum has 20 hands-on fun and educational exhibits for children ages 1-12.
Hiking and biking trails, beach and water playground, covered pavilions, picnic tables, outdoor BBQ grills, fishing, kayaking. and canoes.
Reserve a pavilions at one of Jacksonville’s area parks. Reserved on a first come, first served basis.
Jacksonville Public Library holds storytime programs at various locations throughout the system. These programs are scheduled regularly and are focused on different age groups. Please read the etiquette and description of the program before attending, as this will help you and other members of the c
A rich repertoire of folktales, fairy tales, fables, legends, myths and two decades of performing experience.
Take a class visit to the library to catch an upcoming storytime or event.
“Mrs. Kate” incorporates puppetry, movement, unusual instruments and riveting storytelling into her performance.
The Museum offers student tours for pre-K through high school and adults.
Field trips with fun and an educational component as available.