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Why Black history should be studied and celebrated all-year long

By Will Kawalec, Cultural Program Educator  This February marks the 48th year of Black History Month here in the United States. The monthly celebration was the brainchild of historian Carter G. Woodson, who lobbied for the creation of a Black history celebration more than 50 years before its official adoption, in the 1920s! February marks a time to pay homage Read more about Why Black history should be studied and celebrated all-year long »

The Importance of Reading, No Matter What Your Age

As parents, it can be challenging to find the time to fit in household responsibilities along with things we would like to do with our children. However, taking at least a short time out of your day to read to your children should be a priority. Reading to your child at an early age sets them up for success.

Have you heard the “Au-Some” News???

Once a month, Explore & More’s special Au-Some Evenings give children with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities, as well as their friends and family, the chance to play and learn together in an understanding and supportive environment.

Field trips are back! Please be aware that it will be busier than usual.