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Join us as we celebrate living healthy lifestyles! Stop by CMA On-Stage for our Mini-Musical, Healthy Delivery Service — an interactive musical story about two warehouse clerks who are preparing shipments for Healthyville! A healthy food obstacle course will challenge your little one during Music & Movement, and during Storytime, we’ll read Jack and the Hungry Giant together! Don’t […]

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Join us as we celebrate living healthy lifestyles! Stop by CMA On-Stage for our Mini-Musical, Healthy Delivery Service — an interactive musical story about two warehouse clerks who are preparing shipments for Healthyville! A healthy food obstacle course will challenge your little one during Music & Movement, and during Storytime, we’ll read Jack and the Hungry Giant together! Don’t […]

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Join us as we celebrate living healthy lifestyles! Stop by CMA On-Stage for our Mini-Musical, Healthy Delivery Service — an interactive musical story about two warehouse clerks who are preparing shipments for Healthyville! A healthy food obstacle course will challenge your little one during Music & Movement, and during Storytime, we’ll read Jack and the Hungry Giant together! Don’t […]

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Join us as we celebrate living healthy lifestyles! Stop by CMA On-Stage for our Mini-Musical, Healthy Delivery Service — an interactive musical story about two warehouse clerks who are preparing shipments for Healthyville! A healthy food obstacle course will challenge your little one during Music & Movement, and during Storytime, we’ll read Jack and the Hungry Giant together! Don’t […]

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Most of the fairy tales which Americans grew up reading are of European vintage, and a healthy majority of them were compiled by the Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen, who popularized such classics as “The Little Mermaid,” “The Snow Queen,” “The Ugly Duckling,” “The Princess and the Pea,” “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” and “The Steadfast […]

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Earlier this week, in The New York Times, David Kohn wrote about children and learning, and although he didn’t use the exact phrase that we do here, “The power of play,” it still resonates throughout his story. Children learn through hands-on exploration. They need to set their own pace, and they need to be given […]

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Have we had enough of these April showers yet? If you can see the billboards through all the rain, you may have noticed that some of the region’s large farms have begun strawberry picking. Mercier Orchards in Blue Ridge and Washington Farms near Watkinsville are getting their crops ready, which is a good sign that […]

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Earth Day is right around the corner and here at the Museum we love to encourage healthy planet habits that take care of Earth! We will be celebrating Earth Day this weekend with Novelis on Saturday and Sunday. This will be the 45th anniversary of the Earth Day movement, meaning 45 years of “broadening the […]

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Gardening with children is a very important, and fun, activity to experience with your kids! Exposing children to where their food comes from or how flowers and plants grow allows them to understand and experience a natural process that can help them learn patience, problem-solving, science and an overall appreciation of nature’s way. Gardening can […]

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Cooking With Colors has been one of our most popular programs over the last couple of years. Each “season” of ten weeks sees our favorite local chef, Tanisha Mott, explore healthy eating and nutritious ideas for families. Her sessions are hands-on, with lots of fruits and vegetables for her young helpers to chop and cut. […]

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