October 20, 2017
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Friday, Oct. 20 (See map view)

The Aquarium has a newly expanded exhibit space for its jellyfish - some of the most-strangely beautiful and painfully dangerous creatures of the sea. This new exhibit educates and fascinates visitors in a bigger space, offering a better look at moon jellies and brown sea nettles, as well as the giant Pacific octopus.

10am–6pm.

Saturday, Oct. 21 (See map view)

On the third Saturday of every month, the Aldrich offers a free family workshop. Kids create art inspired by the works in the galleries.Teaching artist Lisa Scroggins helps children design their own masterpieces. After age appropriate workshop, there is a gallery tour for all ages at 3pm.

10am–noon for children ages 2–5; 1–3pm for children ages 6–10.

Kids in costume are admitted free on the two weekends leading up to Halloween (when accompanied by a paying adult). These days feature special Halloween activities throughout the Aquarium, including face painting, roaming entertainers and ghoulish decorations.

10am–6pm.

The Aquarium has a newly expanded exhibit space for its jellyfish - some of the most-strangely beautiful and painfully dangerous creatures of the sea. This new exhibit educates and fascinates visitors in a bigger space, offering a better look at moon jellies and brown sea nettles, as well as the giant Pacific octopus.

10am–6pm.

The Aquarium is featuring a new exhibit featuring a rescued baby loggerhead sea turtle, who will be followed through its first year of life, before being released into the ocean next fall.

10am–6pm.

These Halloween-themed evenings feature haunted attractions, including a haunted hayride and a ghastly greenhouse. Ghosts and goblins galore! For younger or more timid guests there are magic shows, face painting, fire dancers and more.

6:30–10pm.

Sunday, Oct. 22 (See map view)

Kids in costume are admitted free on the two weekends leading up to Halloween (when accompanied by a paying adult). These days feature special Halloween activities throughout the Aquarium, including face painting, roaming entertainers and ghoulish decorations.

10am–6pm.

The Aquarium is featuring a new exhibit featuring a rescued baby loggerhead sea turtle, who will be followed through its first year of life, before being released into the ocean next fall.

10am–6pm.

The Aquarium has a newly expanded exhibit space for its jellyfish - some of the most-strangely beautiful and painfully dangerous creatures of the sea. This new exhibit educates and fascinates visitors in a bigger space, offering a better look at moon jellies and brown sea nettles, as well as the giant Pacific octopus.

10am–6pm.

Monday, Oct. 23 (See map view)

The Aquarium is featuring a new exhibit featuring a rescued baby loggerhead sea turtle, who will be followed through its first year of life, before being released into the ocean next fall.

10am–6pm.

The Aquarium has a newly expanded exhibit space for its jellyfish - some of the most-strangely beautiful and painfully dangerous creatures of the sea. This new exhibit educates and fascinates visitors in a bigger space, offering a better look at moon jellies and brown sea nettles, as well as the giant Pacific octopus.

10am–6pm.

Tuesday, Oct. 24 (See map view)

The Aquarium has a newly expanded exhibit space for its jellyfish - some of the most-strangely beautiful and painfully dangerous creatures of the sea. This new exhibit educates and fascinates visitors in a bigger space, offering a better look at moon jellies and brown sea nettles, as well as the giant Pacific octopus.

10am–6pm.

The Aquarium is featuring a new exhibit featuring a rescued baby loggerhead sea turtle, who will be followed through its first year of life, before being released into the ocean next fall.

10am–6pm.

Wednesday, Oct. 25 (See map view)

Toddlers and their caregivers enjoy fish-themed stories, songs and activities during a fun morning get together. The games and stories encourage children’s emerging language skills, and are followed by a period of free play. Children must be able to sit quietly with their grown-up.

10:15.

The Aquarium has a newly expanded exhibit space for its jellyfish - some of the most-strangely beautiful and painfully dangerous creatures of the sea. This new exhibit educates and fascinates visitors in a bigger space, offering a better look at moon jellies and brown sea nettles, as well as the giant Pacific octopus.

10am–6pm.

The Aquarium is featuring a new exhibit featuring a rescued baby loggerhead sea turtle, who will be followed through its first year of life, before being released into the ocean next fall.

10am–6pm.

Toddlers enjoy fishy stories, songs and other activities every Wednesday morning at the Aquarium. Play time follows stories and games that encourage children’s emerging language skills. Children must be able to sit quietly with their grown-up.

10:15am.

Thursday, Oct. 26 (See map view)

The Aquarium has a newly expanded exhibit space for its jellyfish - some of the most-strangely beautiful and painfully dangerous creatures of the sea. This new exhibit educates and fascinates visitors in a bigger space, offering a better look at moon jellies and brown sea nettles, as well as the giant Pacific octopus.

10am–6pm.

The Aquarium is featuring a new exhibit featuring a rescued baby loggerhead sea turtle, who will be followed through its first year of life, before being released into the ocean next fall.

10am–6pm.

Friday, Oct. 27 (See map view)

The Aquarium has a newly expanded exhibit space for its jellyfish - some of the most-strangely beautiful and painfully dangerous creatures of the sea. This new exhibit educates and fascinates visitors in a bigger space, offering a better look at moon jellies and brown sea nettles, as well as the giant Pacific octopus.

10am–6pm.

The Aquarium is featuring a new exhibit featuring a rescued baby loggerhead sea turtle, who will be followed through its first year of life, before being released into the ocean next fall.

10am–6pm.

Come in costume for a Halloween celebration featuring creepy critters (bats, snakes spiders and more). There’s more icky fun when you make your own slime. Cap the evening off with a spooky stroll past jack-o-lanterns entered in the Nature Center’s carving contest - then vote for your favorites. This family event is held rain or shine.

6:30–8pm.

These Halloween-themed evenings feature haunted attractions, including a haunted hayride and a ghastly greenhouse. Ghosts and goblins galore! For younger or more timid guests there are magic shows, face painting, fire dancers and more.

6:30–10pm.

Saturday, Oct. 28 (See map view)

Kids in costume are admitted free on the two weekends leading up to Halloween (when accompanied by a paying adult). These days feature special Halloween activities throughout the Aquarium, including face painting, roaming entertainers and ghoulish decorations.

10am–6pm.

The Aquarium has a newly expanded exhibit space for its jellyfish - some of the most-strangely beautiful and painfully dangerous creatures of the sea. This new exhibit educates and fascinates visitors in a bigger space, offering a better look at moon jellies and brown sea nettles, as well as the giant Pacific octopus.

10am–6pm.

The Aquarium is featuring a new exhibit featuring a rescued baby loggerhead sea turtle, who will be followed through its first year of life, before being released into the ocean next fall.

10am–6pm.

A musical adaptation of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs comes to life with a talented ensemble of actors and wonderful puppets. Come watch everyone live happily ever after!

11am and 2pm.

These Halloween-themed evenings feature haunted attractions, including a haunted hayride and a ghastly greenhouse. Ghosts and goblins galore! For younger or more timid guests there are magic shows, face painting, fire dancers and more.

6:30–10pm.

Sunday, Oct. 29 (See map view)

The Aquarium is featuring a new exhibit featuring a rescued baby loggerhead sea turtle, who will be followed through its first year of life, before being released into the ocean next fall.

10am–6pm.

Kids in costume are admitted free on the two weekends leading up to Halloween (when accompanied by a paying adult). These days feature special Halloween activities throughout the Aquarium, including face painting, roaming entertainers and ghoulish decorations.

10am–6pm.

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