Things to Do at the Museum This Weekend: September 14 and September 15, 2013
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Looking for things to do this weekend in NYC? Here are a few highlights at the Museum:
Closing soon! Journey to the Stars, the Hayden Planetarium Space Show that introduces viewers to the life and death of stars, is closing at the end of the October after a great run. See it before it closes.
For all open exhibitions, visit amnh.org/calendar.
For families and children:
Visit the Sackler Educational Laboratory, located on the Museum's first floor inside the Spitzer Hall of Human Origins, to handle casts of hominid skulls, learn about DNA, and ask a scientist your questions. For families with children ages 8 and up. Open every weekend: Saturday and Sunday, Noon–5 pm. Learn more.
Members, there's still time to sign up for Birding at Brigantine, a field trip to a wildlife refuge in southern New Jersey to see migrating shorebirds, this Saturday, September 14. Sign up before Friday at 5 pm. Learn more.
For more happenings at the Museum, visit amnh.org/calendar. And have a great weekend!
P.S. Starting Monday, September 16, there's still time to sign up for an amazing five-week, expert-led course for adults about what happens in the brain when we watch and play sports. Learn about the neuroscience of fan-dom, the real science behind concussions, and more. Sign up.