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February Community Classes at Cook Museum
February 2 @ 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
One event on February 16, 2021 at 10:00 AM
Limited spots available. Adults who would like to participate in the class are able to register and pay the fee for their own slot (if available). Admission to the Exhibits is not included. There are two ways to register: in person at the Guest Services desk in the Museum lobby or contact the Group Sales department during regular weekday business hours at email@example.com or (256) 898-6312.
Identical class topics offered on all February Community Class dates.
February Class Topics:
- K – 4th Grade Class: Helpful Habitats
$12 (+ tax) per participant
Did you know that there are five major biomes on Earth? What is a biome? What characteristics allow plants and animals to live in some of the harshest places on Earth? These questions and more are answered in Helpful Habitats. Come explore the amazing planet Earth, learn what makes each biome so unique, and find out more about the interesting organisms that inhabit them.
- 5th – 12th Grade Class: Arthropods
$18 (+ tax) per participant
Creepy, crawly, and so cool! Come explore the amazing array of arthropods and see how hairy legs, compound eyes, and holes in body armor are beneficial features that allow these animals to thrive in their diverse environments. Participants will observe and analyze live arthropod behavior and physiology during this class. Discover how arthropods enrich our lives in surprising ways.