Explore more this summer at Roberson
At The Museum
Fathers enjoy free admission on Sunday, June 17
SciGirls Week of STEM
Roberson has teamed up with local PBS station WSKG to offer a week-long STEM camp for boys and girls all centered around the award winning PBS Kids program SciGirls.
August 13 – 17, with a Friday Family event from 2 – 3 pm
Boys & girls grades 6 – 7
The Memory Maker Project: Nature’s Memories
Roberson has partnered with The Memory Maker Project to offer Nature’s Memories – a series of creative pieces by people living with memory loss and Alzheimer’s. The prose and paintings featured were all inspired by Nature’s Best Photography.
Join us for a special artist talk on the exhibit the evening of Friday, June 29.
Extended Planetarium Hours
Beginning Wednesday, June 27 shows will be offered every day we’re open.
Summertime means more chances to explore our planet and the worlds beyond. More chances to see the future of Mars exploration and how we might harness the power of asteroids.
First Friday in July: Gerrymandering in NYS
How does the space of a district influence elections in New York state?
Join us for a discussion on gerrymandering in New York state by Dr. Jonathan Krasno, Associate Professor of Political Science at Binghamton University. He will share findings from his research and invite questions on this controversial topic.
*First Friday admission is half-price from 5 – 9pm, $4 for non-members (includes a free planetarium show); members are free.
Clayworks @ the gift shop
All hand-crafted, all fired in our Clayworks studio right behind the museum. Come see the amazing pottery from local artists in our gift shop.
Interested in learning how to craft clay yourself? Join us for our summer beginner class. Registration closes June 8.
Receive exclusive invitations to exhibition openings, discounts on event tickets, free admission to the museum, and more.
Become a member
Support for Roberson is provided by the Robert F. Schumann Foundation and by the general operating support grants from the Zoos, Botanical Gardens and Aquariums program, administered by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation; the United Cultural Fund, a program of the Broome County Arts Council; the Conrad and Virginia Klee Foundation; and the New York State Council for the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
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