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Feeding Frenzy program at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum

Feeding Frenzy at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum

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What’s on the menu at Brooklyn Children’s Museum? Find out during Feeding Frenzy, every Thursday beginning on Sept. 20.

It’s a brand-new season at the museum, and children will enjoy lots of fun, hands-on activities.

Every living thing has to eat — whether it’s Fantasia the albino Burmese python or the eastern box turtle pictured above. And at this event, children will learn about the feeding habits of all the creatures that live at the museum.

Feeding Frenzy is every Thursday at 3:30 pm, beginning on Sept. 20. Suitable for children of all ages. Free with general admission to the museum of $9 (free for members and children under 1).

Brooklyn Children’s Museum [145 Brooklyn Ave. at St. Mark’s Avenue in Crown Heights, (718) 735–4400; www.brooklynkids.org].

Posted 12:00 am, September 12, 2013
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