Learn. Create. Connect.

Burke Museum Early Learners Science Program

The Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture returns to NOLS with Science for Early Learners, a suite of programs designed to encourage children ages 3-5 years old to connect concepts related to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) with experiences in their daily lives. Bring the whole family for hands-on fun with museum objects and interactive activities!

Little boy looking through a magnifying glass.

Backyard Scientist

Sequim Branch Library
Saturday, June 11
Drop in anytime:  11am — 1pm

Make pollinator puppets, solve habitat mysteries, and play nature-themed games!


Little girl painting on paper.

Creative Scientist

Sequim Branch Library
Wednesday, August 10
Drop in anytime:  11am — 1pm

Weave your own masterpiece, investigate rocks and minerals, and explore plants and animals through a creative lens.


This program is made possible by a grant from Thrive By Five, and is part of a collaboration between NOLS and the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture.

Family Storytimes
Forks Branch Library

Two kids with paperbag hats.

Fridays, 10:30am
September 4, 2015 through May 27, 2016

Enjoy stories, rhymes, songs, finger plays and fun craft activities!

Please note there will be no storytime programs on the following dates: December 17, December 24, January 1, April 8 and April 22.

Neah Bay Family Storytime
Makah Tribal Head Start

Two pretty little girls.

Tuesday, May 31, 5:30pm
For children ages 0-5 and their parents or caregivers

Storytimes with the library feature fun fingerplays, crafts, dancing, singing, and more!

This event will take place at the Makah Tribal Head Start, located at 80 Ba’adah Village Loop Road in Neah Bay.

Library storytimes offer support to parents and caregivers by providing tips for effective ways to read, talk, sing, and play with the children in their lives.