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Pride Month at the Children's Museum of Atlanta

Category Event Calendar

Dates and Times

  • Sat, Jun 1, 2024 - Sun, Jun 30, 2024

Location

Children's Museum of Atlanta
275 Centennial Olympic Park Dr NW

Details

Celebrate Pride throughout June at CMA! Learn about LGBTQIA+ trailblazers and celebrate love and kindness with your little ones through art projects, science experiments, engineering challenges, storytime and more!


Session Schedule:

10:00am Stage program

Storytime: "Red: A Crayon Story" by Michael Hall

Join us at the CMA Stage as we read the charming children’s book, ‘Red: A Crayon’s Story,’ which encourages empathy and tolerance.

10:00am Drop-in activity

Jane's Innovation Station: Build a Habitat

Learn about Venezuelan Zoologist, Zuleyma Tang-Martinez, and her work and research in social behavior of animals!

10:00am Drop-in activity

Science Bar: The Science of Sound

Join us at the Science Bar to learn all about the Science of Sound, inspired by electronic musician and composer, Wendy Carlos!

10:00am Drop-in activity

Art Studio: Qualeasha's Quilts

Learn about artist Qualeasha Wood and her elaborate quilts, and then make your own yarn-woven masterpiece in this special Art Studio activity!

11:00am Stage program

Are You Smarter Than a Computer?

Learn about the programming that makes your computer tick! Come to the CMA Stage to play “Are You Smarter Than a Computer?” and discover the accomplishments of mathematician Alan Turing.

12:00pm Stage program

Puppet Storytime: "Worm Loves Worm"

Help Worm and Worm plan their wedding in this adorable, interactive, puppet and prop filled storytime!

1:00pm Stage program

Are You Smarter Than a Computer?

Learn about the programming that makes your computer tick! Come to the CMA Stage to play “Are You Smarter Than a Computer?” and discover the accomplishments of mathematician Alan Turing.

2:00pm Stage program

Storytime: "Red: A Crayon Story" by Michael Hall

Join us at the CMA Stage as we read the charming children’s book, ‘Red: A Crayon’s Story,’ which encourages empathy and tolerance.

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