And people say kids these days are too obsessed with technology. A 15-year old from Maine has amassed a vintage computer collection including 200 Apple computers from the past and plans to be them all on display with help from his father...
Joanna Torrow from the museum talks to us about some of the cool things for kids and adults happening Thursday (10/15/2015) at the Maine State Museum. It's "Earth Science Day" and admission is free all day. The actual event runs form 9-3...
This is a day to LOVE at the Maine State Museum in Augusta! Bug Maine-ia offers free admission and more bugs and bug education than you'll ever get in one place! You have until 3 to get there, enjoy free admission, and all the bugs you can eat imagine!
Saturday will be jam packed with events celebrating Maine's paper and logging history in Livermore Falls. The day will conclude at Murray Hall with a comedy show featuring Father Guido of Chisholmore Falls. He's old, confused and p----d off...
Amarinda Keys stopped by the Moose Morning Show to tell us about what's up at the, always fun and exciting, Children's Discovery Museum in the Shaws Plaza Augusta. She also shared with us a special deal that they are now offering at our Seize the Deal webpage, which you can see right here.
On Thursday night, 10/16, there will be a Girls Night Out at the Children's Discovery Museum in Augusta at the Shaw's Plaza, just down from Harvest Time Foods.
Two extraordinary women came in to share their event with Moose listeners this morning. Listen to find out what's happening!
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.
Saturday started out as just a ride north for my dad and me. As we approached Bangor, I remembered Marie Anne mentioning something about a museum with military displays so I Googled it and found the Cole Land Transportation Museum. So there we went!