Upcoming CML Events!
Clay Rice Silhouettes
Local Charleston award-winning artist, Clay Rice, is considered one of the finest silhouettists in the world. Clay will cut out a silhouette of your child in one minute. He amazes with his speed and accuracy in capturing your child's profile. With your appointment at CML, you'll receive two Clay Rice Silhouettes of your child. Additional purchases of mat/frame, book and additional copies of silhouettes will be available for purchase day-of. Please note that ticket registration and sales are through Clay Rice. For questions or problems with registration, please email Elizabeth, with Clay Rice Silhouettes, at email@example.com. All appointments are now SOLD OUT. To add your name to the wait list, please click the Website link under the Details column on the right of this page.
CML Open on Labor Day!
The Children's Museum of the Lowcountry will be open on Monday, September 3 from 9am - 5pm for Labor Day.
Small Scientists Society
Tuesdays @ 11 am Young children and many scientists share similar qualities... both tend to have an innate sense of wonder and curiosity of the world around them. Engaging children in scientific inquiry in early childhood has many benefits including 1) a more positive attitude towards science, 2) better understanding of scientific concepts studied later, and 3) greater development of scientific thinking and reasoning skills. Small Scientists Society gives children ages 3-5 the opportunity to explore scientific concepts through developmentally appropriate practices over 12 weeks. During each weekly session, children are introduced to a specific STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) concept via a children’s book, review safety procedures, and explore the concept through hands-on activities. Families participating in the program will receive extension activities to further exploration at home. Lab coats and safety goggles are available for purchase but are not required. $60 – 12-week subscription for CML Members $70 – 12-week subscription for non-members To register, please click the Website link under the Details column on the right of this page.
Unequal Playing Field – A Panel Discussion on the Importance of Accessing Equal Play for Girls and Girls of Color
Join the Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry for a panel discussion on the importance of accessing equal play for girls and girls of color, featuring panelist Dr. Kimberly Clay, Founder and CEO of Play Like a Girl, a Nashville-based non-profit organization working to improve the health and well-being of girls in the US. More details and ticket sales coming soon.