Join us on the second Saturday of the month and dig into activities that will spark your child’s curiosity about our past, present, and future.

A drop-in event, Second Saturdays are perfect for children ages three and up with an accompanying adult. Included with regular admission; free for museum members and UO ID card holders. Show your Oregon Trail or other EBT card for an admission discount.

 

 

WINTER/SPRING 2020 SECOND SATURDAYS:

January 11, 2020  | 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Second Saturday - civil rights

This month, the museum partners with the Eugene Springfield NAACP to present Oregon's Civil Rights Years. Through crafts and other hands-on activities, we'll explore the history of racial justice and civil rights advocacy at the University of Oregon and in Lane County during the 1960s and 70s.

February 8, 2020 | 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Second Saturday - we love science

Join us on the second Saturday of the month and dig into activities that will spark your child's curiosity about our past, present, and future. In February, we're celebrating Charles Darwin's birthday by showing how much We Love Science! Join us for a fun exploration of "how we know what we know" thanks to research, experiments, and more. You can even make a valentine for your favorite scientist. 

March 14, 2020 | 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Second Saturday - fossils

CANCELED

Join us on the second Saturday of the month and dig into activities that will spark your child's curiosity about our past, present, and future. In March, we'll have Fun with Fossils, exploring the amazing stories of the giant spiked-tooth salmon and other animals from Oregon's deep past.  

April 11, 2020 | 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Second Saturday - Beloved Earth

 

CANCELED

Join us on the second Saturday of the month and dig into activities that will spark your child's curiosity about our past, present, and future. In April, we'll gear up for Earth Day 2020 with a celebration of our Beloved Earth. Through science experiments and hands-on fun, you can explore what makes our planet so special—and learn how we can keep it that way.