Monday, Sept. 11
Blank-ologist for a Day: Geologist, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Latta Plantation Nature Reserve (Huntersville)
What is this field of study designed around? Young scientists can delve into different occupations and learn more about careers in science.

Tuesday, Sept. 12 (through Sept. 16)
Home Sweet Home
Museum of York County (Rock Hill)
In collaboration with the US Forest Service, this interactive nature-themed exhibit is packed with fun activities that highlight ways that kids and families can discover, enjoy, and help protect the natural world.

Wednesday, Sept. 13
Child Safety Seat Inspection Station, 8:00 – 11:30 a.m.
Matthews Police Department
Certified technicians will check and help families install car seats. No appointment necessary. Bring your vehicle, seat and if possible the child for the most assistance.

Thursday, Sept. 14
Shakespeare on the Green: A Comedy of Errors, 7:00 p.m.
(CPCC-Cato Campus)
This rendition will be set in the 1960s (think Austin Powers!). The Comedy of Errors, William Shakespeare’s shortest and most farcical comedy involves two sets of identical brothers, separated at birth, and their respective servants. One twin travels the world to find the other. What ensues is mistaken identity, witty dialogue, and hilarious slapstick comedy.

High school students are only $5

Friday, Sept. 15
Science Fun with Slime, 11:00 a.m.
Mooresville Public Library
Listen to the story “Slugs in Love” and then work on making your own slime. Registration required.

Friday fun with slime

Saturday, September 16
Curiosity Day at Patterson Farm, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Patterson Farms (Mt. Ulla)
Celebrate the 75th anniversary of Curious George with special activities, storytelling and fall fun on the Farm.

Stay curious at Patterson Farm

Sunday, September 17
Art in the Book, 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Mint Museum (Randolph Rd.)
“Art in the Book” provides a glimpse into the wide variety of illustrative styles and techniques used in books and into the rich holdings of The Mint Museum Library. The work of artists on display include Romare Bearden, Rockwell Kent, and Salvador Dali.

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