Museum Reopens for Fall Semester August 29
This small exhibit was inspired by Nicholas Pearson’s The Seven Archetypal Stones, which explores some of the lessons—geological, historic, cultural, and spiritual—of the mineral world. Our small display and guided walk through the museum’s collections tell a few stories about these seven captivating stones.
A small exhibit featuring some perspectives on H2O. Robert Sitler (Professor, Modern Languages) provides a videographic tour of a variety of sites in our watershed; Kirsten Work (Professor, Biology) offers a study of spring snails.
Special events in June.
Closed to visitors in July.
Museum reopens for Fall Semester August 29.
Staff may be reached by email (email@example.com) or phone, 386.822.7330.
- No admissions fee. Donations support educational programming.
Educational Programs (Classes K-12, scouts, home school groups, etc.)
- Students: $2.50
- Teachers/Chaperones: No charge
Dates at a Glance
September 23 - Science Saturday, Smithsonian Museum Day
October 19 - Opening, Florida Formations
October 26 - Science Cafe, Gallery Talk: Florida Formations
October 28 - Science Saturday, Mostly Green Halloween
November 4 - Science Saturday, Founders/Keepers Day and Homecoming Open House
November 9 - Science Cafe, Sea Level: Past, Present, and Future Change
June 16 - Family Friday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
June 21 - Wildflower Wednesday, 10 a.m.-noon
June 23 - Family Friday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
June 28 - Wildflower Wednesday, 10 a.m.-noon
February 2 - Science Cafe, An Environmental Tale of Three Continents
February 7 - Opening, Storied Stone
February 11 - Science Saturday, We LOVE Rocks & Minerals
March 23 - Science Cafe, To Sleep Perchance To Remember
March 25 - Science Saturday, Space Rocks Physics Extravaganza
April 20 - Science Cafe, Pollinator Project at the Volusia Sandhill
April 21 - Earth Fair, Sage Hall lawn, 1-4 p.m.
April 28 - Arbor Day Celebration, Museum Grounds, 2-3:30 p.m.