(L to R) Britney Lemon, Ashlee DeVries, Joshua DeVries, Spencer Lemon
and Ryan DeVries(front) get ready to have fun
Pattern Wizardry ...
remember the magic ... opened at the Bruce County Museum and Cultural
Centre on Saturday.
While parents and grandparents may see the exhibit as educational, the
kids see it as fun. Opening day was filled with excitement as young,
visiting 'wizard apprentices' had the opportunity to dress up with a
'wizard's cape' and try to solve the many puzzles and decipher the many
patterns in the new exhibit's magical displays that combine nature and
In addition, opening day activities included a busy bee live hive
observatory, a performance by Mad Science in the Museum's own Bruce
Power Theatre and the opportunity for kids to create their own potion of
"Ooey Gooey Slime" via science experiments alongside the mad scientists.
To tantalize taste buds, Ma 'n Pa's Olde Fashioned
from Kincardine magically transformed corn kernels to delicious
mouth-watering kettle corn and a BBQ hosted by Southampton's 150th
Fundraising Committee provided an outdoor lunch overlooking Fairy Lake.
It was a fun time for the entire family and the fun continues through to
October with this special display from the Brooklyn Children's Museum.
Joanne Lemon and son Spencer look at the patterns