Good news for Kalamazooans with inquisitive minds. After being closed to the public for almost a year, since last March, the Kalamazoo Valley Museum began slowly reopening to the general public this week.
If the wet weather forecast for Thursday pans out as expected, the kids are going want something fun to do. The Kalamazoo Valley Museum has just that with a Music and Sensory Challenges Event, along with an instrument petting zoo.
If you play a stringed instrument, listen up. This contest is for you. Kalamazoo's Fretboard Festival is having a play-in contest, just like a basketball tournament, but with longer shorts and with stringed instruments.
It's rare to not fear ANYTHING. So what is your fear? Explore your fear and find out the science behind it at the Kalamazoo Valley Museum! Goose Bumps: The Science of Fear, is a thrilling exhibit that will answer some of your questions like, why...