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Little Buckeye Museum Set to Travel

5 Sep , 2019  

Little Buckeye Children’s Museum is proud to announce the grand-opening of a new series of traveling exhibits thanks to the generosity and support of The Shelby Foundation.

The first exhibit in the series, a veterinary exhibit, will debut at the Marvin Memorial Library in Shelby in their children’s department. The ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held on Tuesday, September 10, at 10:30 AM. The public is welcome to attend.

The Shelby Foundation Traveling Veterinary Exhibit will consist of an exam table, a grooming station and a set of kennels, all custom built at the perfect height for a child and completely ADA accessible. The display will also include plenty of stuffed animals, pretend veterinarian tools and pet care supplies, and a selection of veterinarian and pet-themed children’s books.

In this hands-on exhibit, children will learn about how to care for their furry (or scaly) friends, and be introduced to the veterinarian career. They will also be encouraged to read the included children’s books on these topics, allowing them a new way to explore their favorite books. We hope children will be able to learn and play with their friends and family in this fun, interactive exhibit that encourages imagination and exploration.

Little Buckeye Children’s Museum is proud to provide children and families with the power of play every day. With over 30 interactive exhibits, Little Buckeye Children’s Museum invites children to use their imagination to create fun and unique experiences every time they come to the museum. And now, we’re taking it OUTSIDE the museum to expose more children to the power of play thanks to the vision and support of The Shelby Foundation. The way we see it, playing is growing, so let them play!

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