September through May
On the first Monday of the month, CMB teams up with Kate Bryan of Music Together and Chet Leach of Rhythm Drums for a series of fun-filled, family-oriented music-making experiences. Singing, rhythm, movement, and improvisation!
April 3rd from 10:30-11:30am with Chet Leach!
May 8th at 10:30 & 11:15 with Kate Bryan!
FREE with admission or membership!
10am – Noon
STEAM Saturdays happen every month during the school year in the CMB STEAMlab! Families work together to build STEM-related projects with the support of volunteer STEAMlab Mentors. Drop in and learn together!
Museum Field Trips
Best for pre-K through 2nd grade, museum field trips are offered to area schools and other organizations year-round! We are able to host up to 32 children at a time at a group rate of $3 per child. All accompanying adults are free of charge, and we ask that at least one adult is present for every 5 children to ensure adequate supervision as your group explores our museum. Contact Kate Pace to learn more and sign up! (406)522-9087, or email@example.com
STEAMlab Field Trips
STEAMlab Field Trips explore curriculum in electricity and engineering, and are offered to area 3rd-6th grade classrooms throughout the school year. Students will split into groups to cycle through a variety of standard-aligned, hands-on activities, and teachers will be given extension activities for their classrooms. Contact STEAMlab Programs Manager, Margaret Ramsden, to learn more and sign up! (406)522-9087, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Programs for Tweens and Teens
Programs in CMB’s STEAMlab are designed to engage upper elementary, middle & high school students in science, technology, engineering, art, & math. The lab is a multi-disciplinary educational workshop providing real-world, hands-on projects for our community’s youth while bolstering interest & expertise in 21st century skills. Click here for a complete list of programs.
Tuesdays & Wednesdays
Grades 6 through 12
$5 or free with membership
Included with admission
Explore technology! All the tools of the STEAMlab at your disposal – Arduinos, Raspberry Pis, 3D printers, and more – plus a resident expert on-hand to help out.