Now - July 23, 2017
Xtreme BUGS brings you up close and personal with larger-than-life animatronic bugs – including a honey bee, a praying mantis, ants, and many more. You will be transported into a vivid, dynamic, and awe-inspiring new environment, where you can see the fascinating physical characteristics of bugs and the science behind their mind-boggling behaviors. By exploring why bugs look and behave as they do, you can gain a new perspective on the tiny creatures we often consider pests.
Bridge to the Future
Later Date TBD
Join us for Bridge to the Future Festival, a FREE community festival that encourages students to read throughout their summer break in an effort to avoid learning loss. The festival brings together community organizations to provide fun, educational activities for kids, and literacy, health, and safety resources for parents.
Super Summer Saturdays
June 17 - July 29, 2017 • 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Super Summer Saturdays are back by popular demand! On Saturdays throughout the summer the Clinton Center will offer free, fun-filled, and educational activities. In conjunction with our current temporary exhibit, Xtreme BUGS, children will learn how to work as a team, just like their favorite bugs do to survive! Children will get the opportunity to participate in a hands-on learning experience with live insects and see firsthand that there are more to bugs than meets the eye.
Steven Goldstein, Executive Director of Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect
June 20 • 6 p.m.
Please join us for a special evening with Steven Goldstein, executive director of the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, as he discusses the important work that his organization is doing to promote Frank's dream of "an inclusive world in which mutual respect replaces hatred and its consequences."
Mark "Doctor Bugs" Moffett
June 23 & 24 • 10 - 11 a.m.
Mark "Doctor Bugs" Moffett, has traveled all over the world looking for his next adventure, and along the way he's discovered new species of bugs. In June, that exploration will make a stop here at the Clinton Center for two fascinating programs. You won't want to miss his intriguing stories!