This weekend you can learn more about the science of snot, explore the artistic side of legos, and take advantage of the last weekend for ice skating in the River Market. Check out all the details in our weekly weekend to do post. Do you have an event you’d like to see included? Let us know and we’ll add it!
“In Pieces” exhibit on display at the Clinton Center in the River Market.
“In Pieces” is a multi-media collaboration between award winning Australian photographer Dean West and renowned New York sculptor Nathan Sawaya. Featuring seven large-scale photos alongside three-dimensional LEGO sculptures, this exhibit will be on display through the end of the month. Click here for more information.
Grossology Traveling Exhibit
It’s “science-in-disguise,” say Museum of Discovery staff about this fun exhibit which allows kids to learn more about all the slimy, oozy, crusty, stinky human body. This coming Sunday, January 6th is dollar day at the Museum, with the first 1,000 people getting in for one dollar each. For more information click here.
Arvest On Ice
You have until this Sunday to visit the ice skating rink downtown! Rink will be open Saturday 10:00-10:00 and Sunday 12:00-8:00. Cost is 9.00 for one hour and includes skates. Click here for more information.
Donate Your Christmas Tree to Fish Habitat
If you’ve still got your Christmas tree at home consider donating it to fish habitat. Fisheries biologist Ben Batten says that studies have shown that fish utilize underwater structure for cover. “These trees are some of the best natural forms of underwater structure. Crappie, bass, bluegills and other fish will often use the trees to hide in and around,” Batten said. ”More importantly, their limbs offer something to fish of all shapes and sizes,” he explained. The Christmas tree drop-off locations are listed here.
Library Lego Contest
This Saturday bring your Lego creations to the Roosevelt Thompson Library and share with the public! Event takes place from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. Judging 1-3, Public viewing 3-5, Winners announced at 5 pm. For more information call 501-821-3060.