This high-energy and interactive show combines music, culture,
science literacy development, puppetry, comedy and more. The didgeridoo has been played by Aboriginal Australians for at least 1,500 years and is known for its distinct sound. Discover more about Australian culture while moving and grooving to the pulsing rhythms of the didgeridoo. Join us at the Armory. No registration required.
Join the Denver Museum of Nature and Science to explore a sheep heart in-depth through small-group dissections. Investigate how the circulatory system works to deliver oxygen and nutrients throughout the body and carbon dioxide to the lungs. Discover why one side of the heart has to work harder than the other and the benefits of a healthy diet. Students in 3rd through 6th grade welcome. Space is limited; please visit the online calendar to register.
Join us for special programs intended for our youngest Anythinkers – the miniThinkers. Geared just for babies up to 4-years-old, Anythink’s miniThinker program is designed to create opportunities for caregivers to spend time with younger children in meaningful ways. Explore early literacy through interactive experiences like cooking, art, science and more. Be ready to move, build and create. Space is limited; registration required.
- July 6: Builders - Build some new skills.
- July 13: Artists – Explore early literacy through an artist’s lens.
- July 20: Growers – Grow a lifelong learner.
- July 27: Chefs – Cook up some new skills.
Join the professional Chefs from Stick Fingers Cooking to explore new tastes, learn culinary skills and nourish the body and mind. Roll up your sleeves and unleash your inner cook in this hands-on session. Appropriate for students in grades 6-12. Space is limited; registration required.
Brighten up any room with a homemade chia figurine. Using little more than pantyhose, soil and seeds, craft a little green friend that brings some of the outdoors inside. Students in grades 6-12 welcome.