Rainforest Adventure | May 22 – Aug 15, 2021
Head to the Alice C. Sabatini Gallery this summer for a tropical rainforest journey!
Swing like a Spider monkey! Discover a rodent that weighs more than 100 pounds and a beetle that can carry more than 850 times its own weight! Rainforest Adventure is a fully interactive maze where you can explore the sights and sounds of a tropical rainforest.
The journey begins in the highest treetops surrounded by migratory birds and radiant sunlight. Answer questions about the rainforest to reach the forest floor. Incorrect answers lead to dead ends. Correct answers lead you deeper into the four layers of the rainforest – emergent, canopy, understory and forest floor. Note: Wearing a face mask is required.
Created by Minotaur Mazes, Rainforest Adventure demonstrates how essential rainforests are to human health and survival. By caring for the rainforest we are caring for the planet.
This 20th annual art exhibit for children is made possible in part by The Library Foundation through contributions from the Sabatini Family Foundation and The National Endowment for the Humanities: Democracy demands wisdom.
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Pick Up Adventure Bags
Adventure Bags provide hours of engaging entertainment as you discover more about the rainforest. Pick up a new bag each week May 22 – Aug 15 at the Gallery or Curbside Pickup! Here’s the topic for each week:
- May 22-30 What is a rainforest?
- June 1-6 Spot the jaguar!
- June 7-13 Why are spiders important?
- June 14-20 The largest rodent in the rainforest!
- June 21-27 40 Different kinds of toucans
- June 28 – July 3 Why are butterflies so colorful?
- July 5-11 Snakes big & small
- July 12-18 Can you howl like a Howler Monkey?
- July 19-25 Red-eyed tree frogs have toes
- July 25 – Aug 1 Slow, slower, slowest sloth
- Aug 2-8 Battle of the bugs
- Aug 9-15 What can you do to help the rainforest?