E3 Children's Museum & Science Center, A Division of the City of Farmington's Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs

Looking for Labor Day fun?

E3 is closed for Labor Day weekend, but here are a couple other fun things to do this long weekend in Farmington:

 
Dinosaurs of New Mexico exhibit

Last chance to see the Bisti Beast at the Dinosaurs of New Mexico exhibit at the Farmington Museum! New Mexico has become a world-renowned place for dinosaur discoveries. Fossils found in the state have helped scientists learn how dinosaurs lived, how they evolved, and how they went extinct. Since opening in 1986, the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science has become the number one place to view dinosaurs from New Mexico. Now their collection will be on display at the Farmington Museum through September 8. The exhibit is free and open Monday – Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (505) 599-1174 www.fmtn.org/FarmingtonMuseum

 
The Beach at Lake Farmington



This is the last weekend the Beach at Lake Farmington will be open this year, so spend your Labor Day in the sun! For info on the Beach and Lake Farmington visit  www.fmtn.org/LakeFarmington.

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Atomic Teen Science Cafe. Where teens and science make the future. @AtomicTeenCafe

September 7 · 6:00 - 8:00 pm · Farmington Regional Airport

Teens 13 to 17, join us for “live” Atomic Teen Science Cafes. Cafes provide teens interested in current science the opportunity to interact with scientists in a fun and informal setting. Come for amazing science, food (dinner is provided), and fun!

This month we will be visiting the Farmington Regional Airport with Gary Mauldin, San Juan County Sheriff and Civic Air Patrol pilot as he teaches us the science of flying and a bit about law enforcement and search and rescue.

If you need a ride from the southwest side of town, a shuttle will take you from Sycamore Park Community Center to the Farmington Museum and back! Shuttle leaves at 5:30.

For more info contact E3 at (505) 599-1425 or follow us @AtomicTeenCafe.

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Join Farmington Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs for a Park Play Day. Join us for some free old-fashioned fun in the park!

Join our department at various neighborhood parks across the city for some good, old-fashioned fun! Play tag, ladder golf, shoot hoops, do a scavenger hunt, roll down hills, or just come enjoy the sun and shade at our monthly Park Play Days. This month we will be in Vista dela Plata Park, 5190 W Comanche Street in Farmington, on September 22 from 10:00 a.m. till noon. Don’t miss this super fun, FREE event! (505) 599-1484 www.fmtn.org/PRCA

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Real Night at the Museum. Experience living history FREE September 9, 2018 at the Farmington Museum
NEW! Saturday swim lessons at the Farmington Aquatic Center. Register today!


 
Arts!

Starting in September

Afterschool Art! Attack · Wednesdays · 3:30-4:30 pm
 
Need to get your art on??? Swing on by E3 Children's Museum & Science Center after school and explore your creative side while doing some enjoyable art and experiencing new art techniques. For ages 6+.
(505) 599-1425

 
Simply Science

Simply Science · Thursdays · 3:30 - 4:30 pm
Join E3 Children's Museum & Science Center for simple science experiments, the kind you may not get to do at home in the kitchen. Dress accordingly, hopefully, things will get messy! For ages 6+. (505) 599-1425

Early Explorers for Preschoolers 
Fridays · 10:30 - 11:15 am

This program allows preschoolers to explore different science concepts and most adults will leave with ideas to try at home!

 
Gateways Activity Guide - Fall 2018 - August - December

Get your Gateways Activity Guide!

Never miss out on what's going on at Farmington Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs again! Pick-up a Gateways Activity Guide or view it online at www.fmtn.org/PRCA

Gateways includes info on:

Call (505) 599-1197 for pick-up locations.
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