Picture this... It's a nice spring day in Augusta (or Waterville, Gardiner, Portland, Lewiston, wherever you live). You decide to talk a walk. As you pass by the melting snowbanks in your yard, you see all the dirt and debris mixed in with the snow. At first, yo...
I could have taken pictures of exhibits all day long. The display of "bugs" was so gigantic and so impressive, it would take a person the whole day to see and learn about every one that was there.
Creepy, crawly fun at the Maine State Museum tomorrow (9/10) as Bug Maine-ia invades the Maine State Museum. A great learning experience for kids and adults as bugs from around the world (many living) converge under one roof!
Bug Maine-ia will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 11, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Maine State Museum, State St., Augusta. Entomologists, environmental educators, foresters, and others will guide visitors of all ages through the tiny world of insects and show how these creatures affect our lives in many surprising ways. Admission is free of charge all day.