Arts & Crafts and Science Experiments
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All guests must reserve tickets before visiting the Conservatory. In accordance with state and local mandates, face coverings are required for both indoor and outdoor spaces.
The Food Truck will be closed through Nov. 2. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Keep up with some of the Conservatory's classes or learn something new.
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Use your imagination (and some crayons, markers, or colored pencils) to bring the Conservatory to life at home. Download and print these pages for an activity that’s fun for adults and kids alike. Share your beautiful creations with us by tagging @fpconservatory on social media!
Stunning scenes of the Conservatory are the reward for completing these digital puzzles.
We are celebrating with our FIRST EVER virtual scavenger hunt, with chances to win tickets to the Conservatory when we reopen. The theme is #rainbow, a symbol of hope during times of uncertainty.
Make sure your profile is set to public so we can see your entries! Certain entries may be shared on the Conservatory’s social media pages (with credit).
The Fairchild Challenge is a free, multidisciplinary, standards-based, STE(A)M-focused environmental education program for middle school and high school classrooms. Students this past year were challenged to research traditional cuisine within their families and/or ethnic backgrounds and map out the origins of the foods and major ingredients in a particular dish. There was an emphasis placed on locally, organically, and ethically grown ingredients. That dish was then created by student individuals or teams.
This cookbook is the result of the students’ hard work and culinary creativity. Feel free to read the recipes and try them for yourself!
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