PBS grant funds children's museum program

2013-01-30T00:00:00Z PBS grant funds children's museum programBy Times Staff nwitimes.com
January 30, 2013 12:00 am  • 

BOURBONNAIS, ILL. | Join sponsor Lakeshore Public Television at the Exploration Station, a children's museum at 459 N. Kennedy Drive, for an archeological and undersea adventure to find the Wild Kratts' missing shrink ray from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

Families can hop on the Dinosaur Train and head to the Dino Tracks exhibit. Dive into all things dinosaur at the bone dig table, dino egg display and the fossil discovery table. Follow Buddy the Dinosaur as he journeys underwater. Design a fish magnet and create a whale craft.

The first 300 children who find the shrink ray will receive a goody bag. Families can watch television episodes of "Wild Kratts" and "Dinosaur Train" and meet Buddy.

Admission is $6. Children 12 months and younger are admitted free and senior discounts are available. Call (815) 933-9905.

Lakeshore Public Television, of Merrillville, broadcasts to 3.5 million homes throughout Northwest Indiana, Chicago and its suburbs.

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