The Museum is partnering with Cherry Health - Westside Health Center and their EatPlayGrow early child outreach program. EatPlayGrow uses an evidence-based curriculum to teach young children, typically under the age of five, and their caregivers about nutrition and healthy habits.
Held on Saturdays beginning during Spring Break on April 3, parents and kids pre-k and younger can register to participate in the EatPlayGrow programs hosted at the GRPM. The class curriculum incorporates art-making, storytelling, music and movement activities into fun, hands-on educational lessons. Classes will be held in small, in-person groups and with options at both 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m., lasting 1 hour.
Classes are free with a general admission ticket purchase for the guardian; tickets must be reserved in advance at grpm.org.
EatPlayGrow will be held for 8 weeks at the GRPM.
EatPlayGrow is made possible because of the generosity of Kent County taxpayers and the voter-approved Ready by Five Early Childhood Millage.