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The Museum of Coastal Carolina’s Schedule
The Museum of Coastal Carolina continues the summer season programs through September 5, 2016. The Museum is open 10-8 Monday-Thursday, 10-5 Friday, and 10-1:30 Saturday. The museum is located at 21 East Second Street in Ocean Isle Beach, NC. Admission is free for members. Non-member admission is $9.50 adults, $8.50 seniors (62+), $7.50 children (3-12), and free for age 2 and under. Questions? Call the museum at 910-579-1016 or visit www.MuseumPlanetarium.org. schedule of events: Monday 11:00 – Touch Tank Feeding – Help docents feed the live animals in the Touch Tank 3:30 – Odyssey of the Sea Turtle – Learn about the life cycle of sea turtles 6:00 – Mysteries of the Sea – Marine animals: Learn to differentiate myth from reality Tuesday 11:00 – Shell Sleuths – Learn about local sea shells and the animals that live in them 3:30 – Ocean Reef Explorer and Gyotaku Fish Printing – Learn about marine animals, then make a fish print using a Japanese technique called Gyotaku 6:00 – Sand Bar Lecture Series – Sponsored by OIB Surf & Java – Dates/topics: -- July 26 -- The Ins & Outs of Surfing – presented by Jesse McCrery, OIB Surf & Java -- August 2 – Severe Weather Safety & East Coast Tsunamis – presented by Sandy LaCorte, National Weather Service in Wilmington -- August 9 – Aurora Fossil Museum Park: The History – presented by Cynthia Crane, Aurora Fossil Museum -- August 16 – Air Officer! USS Enterprise – presented by Harry Hartsell, former U.S. Naval Officer & Aviator -- August 23 – Core.Sounders: Living from the Sea (movie) Wednesday 11:00 – Touch Tank Feeding – Help docents feed the live animals in the Touch Tank. 3:00 – Ocean Isle Beach Fire & Rescue – Kids: Learn fire safety techniques and climb aboard a fire truck! This activity is based on the weather and the availability of OIB F&R staff. 3:30 – Commotion in the Ocean – Kids: Learn about the animals you might encounter in the ocean as well as some basic beach safety rules. 6:00 – Beachy Bingo – Play bingo on a card featuring museum exhibits, then use your card to explore the museum. Thursday 11:00 – Forensics in the Sand – Kids: Make a set of your own fingerprints and learn about forensic identification techniques. 3:30 – Shark Hunt – Learn about sharks, then dig for shark teeth in the museum’s fossil pit. 6:00 – Snakes Alive! – Meet live snakes and reptiles up close and personal. Live feeding precedes the program. Friday 11:00 – Touch Tank Feeding – Help docents feed the live animals in the Touch Tank. 6:30 – Free concert in the museum’s parking lot – Sponsored by OIPOA – Bring a beach chair and a cooler and enjoy the music.