Families offered a chance to explore the sea
February 27, 2013 by James
The Naval Undersea Museum is featuring a “Family Day” for families who have children in preschool up to the age of 12, so they can take in an experiment or make and take a project home with them.
At this Family Day, there will be song time, story time, and a tour of the many galleries at the Naval Underwater Museum. Poster printing jobs specifying details about this event may have been distributed to various print companies throughout this community.
During the event, a parent or adult must accompany the children and assist them with the projects they complete. Children will no doubt enjoy this fun event and will find time to explore the experiment taking place this family day, as well as the ‘make and take it home’ project that has been planned for this special day.
After enjoying the exploration time, children and their guardians will be guided on a tour of the museum’s exhibits. One of the most popular exhibits is The Ocean Environment as it allows visitors hands-on interaction, activities, and education as they study the ocean’s oxygen, salinity, sound, light, density, visitors, heat transfer, and buoyancy.
Admission and parking is free for all and everyone is welcome. The Naval Undersea Museum: Family Day will be happening this Saturday, March 2, beginning at 10:00 am at the Naval Undersea Museum located at 1 Garnett Way in Keyport, Washington, just down the road from Silverdale. To learn more about Family Day or the museum, please visit the Naval Undersea Museum website or call 360-396-4148.