Kids Enjoy Back To School Bash At Museum

The Back to School Bash, sponsored by First Things First and hosted by the Lake Havasu Museum of History Thursday brought children, parents and grandparents out.

Museum volunteers helped the kids with projects and presented volcano demonstrations, explained petroglyphs and pictographs. Kids could make egg-carton turtles and adopt a rock. On their way out, they received “mystery” rocks and First Things First’s Erin Taylor made sure they were given books and “brains” to take home to remember their trip to the museum.

Special thanks to museum volunteers Dick and Jenny Anderson, Karen and Tom Crager, Becky Freybarger, Nellie Smith, Phyllis Wagner, Butch Wood and Yvonne Litchfield.

The Summer Fun for Kids exhibit will continue at the museum through most of August.

The museum is located at 320 London Bridge Road. Admission is $7.50 for adults. Kids 12 and under are admitted free.

Contact the museum at 928-854-4938 or visit the website at havasumuseum.com, or on Facebook at Lake Havasu Museum of History.

Museum volunteers Dick and Jenny Anderson demonstrate how a volcano works at the Back to School Bash Thursday.

Tom Crager helps kids draw their own version of the petroglyphs and pictographs in the exhibit of his photographs.

Karen Crager helps kids make egg-carton turtles. Museum volunteer Nellie Smith, left, assists.

 

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