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Harvest Farmer's Market

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Presented by Flint Children's Museum at Flint Children's Museum, Flint MI

Sep 17 - 30 2019
Harvest Farmer's Market

Fall is upon us and the Flint Children’s Museum is preparing it’s harvest with some fun food-themed activities for the little ones!

Join us for this special two week program where kids can harvest real fruits and veggies from our Sproutside garden. Kids can put their knowledge to the test in our veggie “touch box” and see how many veggies they can identify by touch alone or pick some yummy fruits and veggies to see how much each weighs. Not exciting enough? How about painting with food or finding “hidden” sunflower seeds?!

ADMISSION INFO

These activities are part of the rotational themes provided in our outdoor exhibition space, Sproutside. General admission for these activities, and entire museum, is $6 per person and free for Members of the museum.

LOCATION

Flint Children's Museum

1602 University Ave, Flint, MI 48504

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PARKING INFO

Free parking next to the Flint Children’s Museum building, or in adjacent parking lot.

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

    • Wheelchair Access

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