Everyone can learn through play! At the Greensboro Children’s Museum, we offer hands-on learning experiences for the young and young at heart. In addition to gaining new skills, adults can form new relationships with individuals, with food, and with our community.
adult nights at gcm
next up: breakout games night at gcm
thursday, august 15 • 6p – 10p
Play isn’t just for kids! Adult nights at GCM are an opportunity for adults to explore the Museum’s 20+ indoor and outdoor exhibits for an interactive, fun-filled night.
adult cooking classes
Adult cooking classes at GCM are a great opportunity to spend time with friends, while learning new skills. All skill levels are welcome! Pre-registration required.
parent education series
every third monday • 6:30p – 8p
Come learn tips and strategies from qualified professionals on how to become a proactive parent. We’ll explore ways to navigate conflict, promote kindness and responsibility and prepare for school transitions. Each workshop is free and open to the public.
Community support is vital to providing programming and services at the Greensboro Children’s Museum. With the generosity and support of individuals, corporations and foundations, no child is ever turned away because of an inability to pay admission. The events below offer an opportunity to give back AND make connections through one of the Museum’s favorite topics — FOOD!
chef’s table with anders benton of GIA
saturday, oct. 5
6p – 9p
Enjoy a five-course dining experience featuring ingredients from the Museum’s half-acre garden. Proceeds will support The Edible Schoolyard.