Programs & Events
Our museum is open to the public. We have a variety of in-person and virtual events and programs available for families and science/natural history enthusiasts.
Native American Heritage Month
Join us as we recognize Native American Heritage Month. We will offer a variety of virtual activities and share a special exhibit, all celebrating the diverse tribal nations living across North America.
Tuesday, November 24
Science Cafe: I Designed an App So Anyone Can Access Mental Health Anytime and Anywhere: Why No One Uses It and How Do We Fix It
Feeling down? Anxious? There is (supposedly) an app for that! Mental health apps and technology are supposed to expand the reach of mental health resources, basically delivering automated treatment. People largely said they wanted mental health apps, and Dr. Andrews helped design one of them. He will discuss the challenges in getting apps to live up to their promise and potential solutions (hint: researchers may still need help from real people).
Saturday, November 28th
Investigate Saturday Science Lab: Absorption
The science lab is open at Morrill Hall from 9:30am-12:30pm. Activities will be self-guided and set up in our Science Exploration Zone or Elephant Hall. A museum educator will be on-site to sanitize workstations between scientists and help with your investigations. Join us for hands-on explorations as we investigate heredity.
Thursday, December 3rd
Virtual Pop-in Storytime: Ice Age
Join the museum for virtual storytime with Lincoln City Libraries. Through stories, songs, and movement we’ll learn more about the natural world. Everyone is invited to participate, however stories and activities are planned for ages 3-5.