What do a biology professor, hula hoops, and a one-eyed hawk named Jack all have in common? Nothing, really— except that they have each been featured during the first three Saturdays at the Park programs in 100 Acres this season. I see that quizzical look on your face, and I hear your question… Why, yes, I do have super powers to see and hear through the internet… Oh, that question… “What in the world is going on at the IMA?”
I’m glad you asked.
Saturdays at the Park were born out of a desire to encourage people, young and old, to explore 100 Acres in ways that they may not have previously considered. We call them “interactive park adventure(s)”—not only because our activities try to engage visitors’ senses, but also because this fabulous space inspires interaction all on its own.