Join us as we explore indigenous Coast Salish cultures through stories, music, dance and art!
1:00pm with local Duwamish storyteller, dancer and artist, Blake Shelafoe.
2:30pm with Tulalip storyteller, carver and multi-media artist Ty Juvinile
Accompanying activities: We’re excited to share programming grounded in the artistic traditions of Coast Salish tribes;
explore the distinctive use of positive and negative space, and how art can help tell a story.
Seattle Children’s Museum will close at 2:00pm and re-open at 4:00pm for the 6th annual Costume Carnival, offering a low-cost opportunity for safe indoor
trick-or-treating on October 31, 2017 from 4pm – 8pm.
Explore the Museum’s “Creepy Crawler Career Day” booths
Hands-on STEM and Cultural Activities
Boo-ggie down at SCM’s Monster Mash Disco, featuring special guests!
The cost of admission for non-members for this event is $5.00 per person (adult or child). All proceeds will go towards funding for exhibits and programming, with focus on our new STEM initiative. If you have a membership with us, admission is free! Bring your photo ID and membership card to the door and we’ll check you in. No registration needed!