Posts Tagged ‘CTriver’

Onrust River Cruises
July 30, 2019

Last Day to Sail is October 20!

With the current State of Connecticut notifications regarding Eastern Equine Encephalitis, we encourage all who attend our 6 pm cruises to wear long sleeves and to use insect repellent.

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Paddle Program – Come Paddle With Us!
July 11, 2019

Explore the North, Middle, South Coves, and Nott Island on Kayaks, Stand Up Paddle Boards (SUPs), and Canoes.

The 2 hour paddle price includes your vessel, a laminated map to show you the best spots to paddle, and a Personal Flotation Device (pfd). These paddles are self -guided.

Admission to the museum is only $5 with price of paddle! 

Book Your Paddle Today!

Come paddle during the week – just give 48 hours notice.

Private Paddle Tours with our Education staff are available. These paddles must be booked in advance.  Please contact the Director of Education, Suzanne Burns, for pricing and information. 860-767-8269, ext  113 or email sburns@ctrivermuseum.org.

Plan Your Paddle!

June: Saturday and Sunday – 8 am, 10 am, and 2 pm
July and August: Saturday and Sunday – 8 am, 10 am, 12 pm, and 2 pm
September and October: Saturday and Sunday – 10 am, 12 pm, and 2 pm

Each paddle is 2 hours.

Single Kayak, Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP)/ $25 member, $35 nonmember

Tandem Kayak, Canoe/ $35 member, $45 nonmember

Book Your Paddle Today!

Onrust River Cruises
July 30, 2019

River Cruises – Private Charters – Bring a Picnic!

Onrust is a 53′ gaff rigged and auxiliary engine powered replica of Adriaen Block’s vessel, one of the first western style ships built in the new world. And the first ever to sail up the Connecticut River.

Join us for a sail or for a private charter. Picnics are encouraged!

Public Sail Times
Thursday – Saturday 2:00, 4:00, and 6:00 pm
Sunday and Monday 2:00 pm

Private Charter Sails
Call 860-767-8269, ext 121 for further information

Myths and Legends Onrust Brunch
June 5, 2019

Join Connecticut River Museum Curator Amy Trout on a morning sail on the Onrust. Discover the Myths and Legends of the Connecticut River Valley!
Enjoy the sights of the River!

Light continental style breakfast served. Space is limited – Preregistration is required.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

26th Annual Holiday Train Show
October 7, 2019

Open Now!

Trains run daily Tuesday through Sunday
November 27, 2019 – February 23, 2020

The family friendly Holiday Train Show exhibit is back at the Connecticut River Museum for its 26th year of fun for all ages.

See what train artist Steve Cryan has created this year!

A fully operational 26 foot train layout, “I SPY” scavenger hunts,

and toddler sized viewing layout are all part of the fun!

Luminary Craft at the Connecticut River Museum
November 19, 2019

Celebrate the Winter Solstice With a Luminary Craft at CRM

December 19, 2019
4:30 -6:00 pm

$5/child (includes all materials)
Free to CRM member families

Non Members register:
Luminary Craft at The Connecticut River Museum

Members register:
https://ctrivermuseum.org/event-registration/

Connecticut River Museum Activity Sheets
March 26, 2020

CONNECTICUT RIVER MUSEUM ACTIVITY SHEETS

Check out these fun printable activities for kids. We’ve got coloring pages and word searches! All of these kids activities are totally free and easy to print out and do with your kids. Check back for new activities!

Choose from one of the Connecticut River themed sheets. Click on the link and print it out.

Lighthouse-coloring-page

Sailboat-Coloring-Page

Wooden-ship-coloring-page

River-coloring-page

Steamboat-coloring-page

 

 

 

 

 

 

CRM Wordsearch

Easter Egg Bird Feeder Craft
March 31, 2020

Easter Egg Bird Feeder Craft

 

CLICK HERE TO PRINT!

Make your Spring or Easter a little more fun with this easy and fun craft. “Hide” Easter eggs around your yard for the birds! Put them in trees, too! They are easy to make and use only 3 ingredients and some plastic, fillable eggs.

Ingredients/Supplies

1 box unflavored gelatin

10 cups bird seed

Cooking spray

36 Plastic, fillable eggs

  1. Prepare the gelatin as directed on the box or package.
  2. Mix in the premeasured bird seed. (It is easier to do 1/2 at a time: half the gelatin and half the bird seed.)
  3. Open the plastic eggs and lightly coat interior of each half with cooking spray.
  4. Pack both halves of each egg with bird seed mixture and close egg to push together.
  5. Place all eggs in large glass bowl (to protect gelatin from leaking through seam in eggs).
  6. Refrigerate overnight.
  7. Open eggs and hide them around your yard. Watch for the birds to find them!