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FORT WORTH, Texas — The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History has restructured its offerings to support local health officials continued caution regarding the high rates of COVID-19 infection in North Texas and is temporarily suspending its public hours. The Museum will move to hybrid programming through this winter with continued in-person learning opportunities and special events as well as digital experiences.

"We are focused on engaging Museum guests by moving many of our programs online and special one-of-a-kind events," emphasized Van Romans, Museum President. "We will also use this time to design and develop new exhibits and guest experiences to delight the community after full reopening in Spring 2021."

A complete list of new and continuing programs is available on the museum's website, fortworthmuseum.org; highlighted activities are listed below.

January

Little Scholars Program continues in-person learning

Museum School continues in-person learning

Fort Worth Children's Partnership begins spring semester (currently virtual)

Ongoing learning through the spring for schools and families:

Virtual field trips

Virtual Science and History Nights

Discovery Lab Online Groups (virtual)

Discovery Kits (pickup onsite, virtual program)

Teen Video Creation programs

Homeschool Family Science Club continues family STEM programs onsite Wednesdays

NEW: Everybody Grows Leadership Network Program

NEW: Virtual Member monthly events

NEW: Preschool Family STEAM Club: family STEM program onsite Tuesdays

February

Museum School registration opens for Summer 2021 and Fall/Spring 2021-2022

Little Scholars Program registration opens for Spring and Summer tutoring sessions

18: Mars 2020 landing event onsite and Engineer's week kit giveaway

22-28: Virtual Engineer's week

March

NEW: Spring Break Little Scholars Program Spring Tutoring Session

NEW: Virtual Smithsonian American History Lecture Series

Current Science Studio Media Preview onsite

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