Due to the federal government shutdown, Cooper Hewitt and all Smithsonian museums are temporarily closed. We will update our operating status, including the status of this program, when the shutdown is resolved.
New York City uses over one billion gallons of water every day! Where does it all come from? How does it get to us? What happens to it after we’ve used it? CUP’s Sewer in a Suitcase is a working model of the city sewer and water treatment system. Explore the mysterious workings of New York City’s water infrastructure through a series of fun (and wet!) hands-on activities with 2016 National Design Award winner for Corporate & Institutional Achievement, The Center for Urban Pedagogy.
DESIGN KIDS HOURS
Session 1: 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Session 2: 1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
CAN I BRING MY GROUP TO THE PROGRAM?
We are unable to accommodate groups.
CAN I LEAVE MY CHILD?
Caretakers must remain with their child for the duration of the program.
WHAT IS MY ROLE AS THE CAREGIVER IN THIS PROGRAM?
We require that caregivers actively participate in our workshops. Caregivers are responsible for helping their child with their individual projects and are expected to manage any behavioral challenges that might be disruptive to the group. Caretakers must stay with their child for the duration of the program.
HOW DO I REGISTER FOR A PROGRAM?
All programming is on a first-come, first-serve basis. You cannot reserve a ticket online. We recommend arriving to the event location fifteen minutes before scheduled programming begins to ensure a spot. If the program is full when you arrive, we invite you to join a later session.
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