We're dedicated to providing play-based learning experiences that celebrate the science, technology, engineering, art, math, and history all around us. Even though the Museum isn't open yet, you can still get a jumpstart on the fun. We frequently host playful learning workshops, camps and events. Check back often to see what's coming up!


tg! autumn STEAM is made possible by: Dr. Ken Anusavice and Dr. Sandi Anusavice, Dr. Todd and Katherine Batenhorst, Dr. and Mrs. Dacre Knight, Acient City Accounting, Coldwell Banker Premier Properties, CycleHere Media, Dowda & Fields PA, Green Light Group Tours, Katy Gillies Fitness, Pink Stork, Tembo CPAs

Upcoming Programs and Workshops

Saturday October 5th, 2019 9:00am - 12:00pm

Build a Boat: Design Challenges

Ages
9-12

Ahoy, mates! Join the tag!team of mad scientists and inventive engineers as we dive into boat design challenges. The crew will collaborate to design a seaworthy watercraft. Then, each mate will employ their innovative boat building skill to construct a steam-powered boat.

Wednesday October 9th, 2019 3:00pm - 6:00pm

Ozobot Intermediate Challenges: Create a Bot, Code a Bot

Ages
7-12

You're it ... a programmer! Join us for an afternoon of challenging fun as we build our own brush bots, then learn to code our special bots, Ozobots. Collaborate to take on programming challenges requiring team work, problem solving, and engineering skills to solve environmental problems and navigate with maps.

Saturday November 9th, 2019 9:00am - 11:30am

Florida Reptiles

Ages
7-12

You're it ... a naturalist exploring Florida's fascinating reptiles – their habits and habitats. Join the tag!team and Florida Naturalist Kelly Ussia as we cuddle up with some new reptilian friends, and design and create your own Florida reptile!

Wednesday November 20th, 2019 3:00pm - 5:30pm

Weaving Wednesday: Fiber Arts

Ages
4+

A Family Event for teams of 2-3 (1 caregiver and one or two children ages 4 and up)
Join the tag!team and textile artists to create fiber works of art using traditional looms and sewing machines.
Child/parent teams will learn to weave with harness looms, and also learn to use a sewing machine to create a jolly holiday apron.

Saturday December 7th, 2019 9:00am - 11:30am

Seeing Stars

Ages
7-12

You're it ... an artist exploring the universe! Blast off with the tag!team and teaching artist Morgan Kelly for an exciting star-filled morning creating your own illuminated constellation.

Saturday December 14th, 2019 9:30am - 10:30am

Movers and Makers: Poland

Ages
3-5

Travel the world of music, dance, and art with teaching artist and certified Zumba® Kids Instructor Morgan Kelly and the tag!team. Get your wiggles out while exploring the folkloric music and dances of Poland. Then, we'll create and decorate Polka Dot Penguins!




  • All events are held at tag! Children's Museum office at St. Augustine Shipyard, 76 Dockside Drive, Suite 105 (behind Target on US Hwy 1).
  • Space is limited - advanced registration is required. Register online at tagmuseum.eventbrite.com


Workshop/Lab Policies


Information/Release Forms

All parents/guardians must complete information and release forms for each child attending a workshop or lab at tag! Children's Museum of St. Augustine. These forms are required the first time a child attends a museum event and will be updated annually.

Download release forms (PDF)


Age Policy

Please refer to the age range associated with each workshop/lab, as listed on the Eventbrite registration page. tag! Children's Museum of St. Augustine develops each event to address specific age groups and developmental levels. Age requirements are enforced to promote the safety and enjoyment of all students involved in museum events.


Scholarships

Please note that scholarships are also available. Contact bcall@tagmuseum.org or call (904)647-1757 for information regarding scholarships.


Attire

Sometimes play, discovery, and creativity can get messy, so dress your child in old clothing that can be splattered with things like paint, ink and glue. Comfortable, closed toe shoes are also important for safe play.


Cancellation/Refund Policy

tag! Children's Museum of St. Augustine relies on an accurate attendance count to make important arrangements for workshops/labs. If you find you will not be able attend an event, please let us know by either calling the museum (904-647-1757) or sending an email to bcall@tagmuseum.org no later than 3 days prior to the date of the scheduled event.

No refunds will be available for cancellations within 3 days of an event, with the exception of medical or family emergencies.

Due to low attendance, classes that have less than 3 registered participants may be canceled 24 hours before the event, and a refund will be issued.


Drop-off and Unregistered Children

tag! Children's Museum of St. Augustine does not allow unregistered children in workshops or labs as space is very limited - advanced registration is required. Siblings and/or friends of registered students are not allowed in workshops/lab areas during scheduled class times.

Parents or caregivers are encouraged to drop off their children for events, but may watch during their child's workshop from the designated seating area.





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