Here's a quick checklist of family fun in central Arkansas.
Count UP with CALS
Parents, is your child struggling with math? Students in grades K-12 can be matched with a free, online tutor through Central Arkansas Library System’s Count UP math tutoring program.
Savannah Herrera | 501.918.3886 | cals.org/tutoring
New at Mid-America Science Museum
“Life in One Cubic Foot,” a Smithsonian Institute traveling exhibit, reveals the diversity of nature and inspires visitors to become citizen scientists. Visit us online for more information.
Mid-America Science Museum | midamericamuseum.org
Visit The Anthony School Today
The Anthony School educates children in PreK3 through 8th grade in a challenging and nurturing environment, engages them through an advanced curriculum, and empowers them to become independent and excited students.
The Anthony School | 501.225.6629 | anthonyschool.org
The Princess Ball is Back!
Ticket price includes: meet and greet with 10 princesses, dance performance, interactive games, crown station, photo booth and candy bar. Children ages 12 months and under are admitted free!
Fancyful Parties | 501.353.8927 | fancyful.com/princess-ball
Tinkerfest is Sept. 18 and is a daylong celebration of curiosity and creativity that allows guests of all ages to explore how things work through hands-on activities. Activities include car take aparts, robotics, water play, circuits and more!
Museum of Discovery | 501.396.7050 | museumofdiscovery.org