Join The State Museum of Pennsylvania for virtual HomeSchool presentations. The Museum is offering a series of virtual programs on astronomy, habitats, and industries.
On March 24, join Museum Educator Beth Erikson for Pennsylvania Habitats: Art and Nature of Mammal Hall. All living things have basic needs for survival. Their existence is dependent on light, food, air, water, and shelter being present in their habitat. By observing, comparing and contrasting the different habitats depicted in the Mammal Hall dioramas, you will explore these basic needs and discover how change, both natural and manmade, can affect the environment.
March 17 Pennsylvania’s Industrial Towns: TM Fowler Bird’s-Eye Views
March 31 Tonight’s Sky: A Live Chat with the Planetarium Director
This program will be moderated through Zoom. Cost: Members Free* and Non-Members $5 per login. Each program will require a registration and payment or membership confirmation.
To book call 717.772.6997 or email RA-PHGroups@pa.gov
*Memberships which were valid as of March 2020 remain active.