May 1, 2007 > Children's Natural History Museum expands
Children's Natural History Museum expands
Math Science Nucleus is managing the Children's Natural History Museum at our Eggers Facility. The facility is being expanded to add another 1000 square feet. This will bring the museum to about 4000 square feet of exhibit space, not including the 1000 square foot classroom.
In order to support this effort, the museum needs public input and volunteers to help maintain this important addition to the Greater Tri-City area. Two public meetings are planned; Monday May 7 from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. and Thursday, May 10 from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. These meetings will focus on the new earthquake exhibits and how they tie into the main exhibit of the Irvington Fossils. We will also discuss several events that will be coming up during the summer and early fall.
We are looking for dedicated community members who will help make this the largest Children's Museum in southern Alameda County. These meetings are at 4704 Eggers Drive in the conference room. If you are interested, please contact Joyce Blueford at (510) (510) 790-6284.