Posts Categorized: News & Press

STEM Family Fun at Explore & More Over Winter Break

Thanks to a generous grant from our friends at the Kenmore Rotary Club, families enjoyed a week of fun STEM activities at Explore & More over the December break week. From creating squishy circuits to building with Rigamajig, from playing with light boards to painting with magnets, children and their families enjoyed a variety of building, engineering and science activities in… Read more »

Things That Go Sniffle in the Night

Dr. Chow from Western New York Immediate Care will be here every third Saturday at 11:00am through May to talk to parents and answer questions about family health and childhood illnesses. The talks are in the Museum, so your children can play while you get your questions answered and some valuable information about keeping your family healthy!

Let’s Get Physical Every Saturday!

Join us every Saturday (excluding December 24 & 31) November – March for fun family time in the gym, 11am – 2pm! From Zumba to kids’ yoga, hula hooping to Jump Bunch sports, there’s something to get everyone in the family moving. Let’s Get Physical programs are drop-in, ongoing, and FREE with your admission or membership, thanks to our generous sponsor, BlueCross BlueShield… Read more »

$1 Million Gift Brings Museum Closer to Canalside!

Explore & More Children’s Museum recently announced a $1 million capital gift from the Paul A. Saffrin Foundation for the Play It Forward capital campaign to build the new museum at Canalside. With ground breaking set for March, and a planned opening in the second half of 2018, this gift will go toward sponsorship of the Being Good Neighbors educational play… Read more »

Haudenosaunee Day of Sharing, October 10!

Don’t miss our favorite Day of Sharing with our Iroquois friends coming up October 10th.  The kids have the day off of school, so bring the whole family and immerse yourself in Haudenosaunee customs, traditions and fun! We will have beading activities with the Seneca-Iroquois National Museum and a Three Sisters activity with the Ganondagan State Historic Site, all from… Read more »