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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 25, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 7 HeraMZertung June NB Childrens Museum celebrates its seyenth year in New Braunfels ByDANAOVERSTREET Special to tht HeRALDZBWNO Continuing its monthlong The Chil drens Museum in New Braunfels on June will host a Birthday Party in honor of its seventh From noon to 3 the public is invit ed to The Museum in the CourtyardShopping Cen ter to have fun in the sun at a Beach Party featuring a huge sand hot dogs and pony The traditional birthday cake quilt is popular with all ages at the annual open and everyone is invited to bring a decorated sheet cake with the number 7 theme to add to the mosaic of icingtopped Earlier this The Museum sponsored the Fifth Annual New Braunfels which drew nearly 400 athletes to the area and benefitted from the annual Magical Child Creative Workshop hosted by Dee and Terry Buck at Buck attended by more than 200 Also this The Museum host ed Watercolor and Afternoon Art classes and began other classes in karate and Art The Childrens Museum in New Braunfels has experienced phe nomenal growth in its sevenyear Founded in 1986 by local parents and The Museum has grown from presenting tempo rary sixweek exhibitions to having a permanent collection of handson exhibits on liter water and Attendance has grown from for the first sixweek exhibit in 1986 to an estimated this The Childrens Museum has expanded its hours to include a 9 closing time on Friday nights to allow even more visitors the opportunity to experi ence some handson A philosophy of operation for The Childrens Museum in New Braunfels has evolved throughout its years of serving Central Texas children and their We create handson exhibits to give adults a place where they can do things with their chil As programs and exhibits are developed and staff and volunteers are vigilant in their adherence to certain principles and beliefs about why The Museum exists the focus is intergenera said Carolyn executive adults and children are both teachers and Burrow explains The Museums exhibit philosophy has evolved through the years exhibits are to be handson mere must be something to do exhibits must be of interest to a broad range of ages manipulative for the doubting 15yearold and exhibits must be of an enduring physically and They must stand up to the rigors of use by many hands and the subject matter must be while still being Burrow Though many of Pictured above Is the beginning of a cake Those planning to attend thle years party are encouraged to bring a decorated sheet cake with the number 7 our exhibits have been redesigned or few have actually been We continue to expand our collection of permanent exhibits because it is our visitors who ate There are always new people coming to even the child who comes once a month is seeing things from a different per spective each she the need for familiar places to return to is strong in children these A new exhibit opening this year was the popular McKenna Childrens which features a trauma waiting semiprivate nurses station and The hospital exhibit was made possible with the help of the New Braunfels Fire McKenna Memorial Hospital and its Landa Pharmacy and Witting Miller The Childrens Museum expand ed its other main gallery now called The Art of Aided by KMOLTV staff The Museum recently unveiled its updated televi sion complete with control realistic news anchor and weather and computers for writing advertisements and news CMNTV Studio was made possible with the assistance of numerous The Porter AS and the many people who donated cameras and other Also included in The Art of Language is Once Upon a Time and the Puppet The Museums center gallery continues to be the location of Grandmas Where in the World is the United Where in the World is Where in the World is New Water the Toddler Corner and Games We Used to A Monday support group continues to be a popular time for parents and their Baby and Me is from 11 to noon for parents and 1 and and from to for 2and The Museum is closed to the public on Mondays except school Exhibits planned for the coming year include The Spirit of Crazy which will focus on the cultures of Native Americans and how they sur vive Along with hosting daily tours and family the folks at The Museum are busy planning other handson activities for the coming including an activity at Gruene Music Fest in the second annual Where in the World is Germany during and Shop Alone dur ing the Christmas The Sixth Annual Tastes of the Town is set for the The Childrens Museum is in Courtyard Shopping Center on Interstate 35 in New Braunfels with ample parking and easy accessibility from out lying Admission is per person chil dren under 1 are The Museum isi open Tuesday through Thursday from 9 to 5 Friday from 9 to 9 Satur day from 10 to 5 and Sunday from 12 to Coral Nelson at the 1992 Childrens Museum Birthday The museums seventh birthday party Is June 27 at the located at 183IH 35 from noon to 3 There Is no admission to the r Christian Hrellowsfiip Meeting at Memorial 1900 Walnut n Everyone Welcome This Church ofrice June 1278 Hlllcrest off Loop AM Sunday School PM Sunday Nights At AM Morning Worship Meeting Sermon Series Understanding the Church Nursery childcare Nursery each service Church available up to 3th grade Everyone Welcome In Unity In Liberty In All Love LifeChanging Books THE winter I sophomore in I worked in a department store during the Christmas There wasnt much time for lunch and I usually ate in the employees After the first an older woman asked if she could sit at my She said she needed to talk to someone and began telling me about some of the difficulties she was facing at that Her marriage was in she was ill and very concerned about her Normally this kind of conversation would have made me as I wouldnt know what to do or how to But during that year my life had undergone some significant changes as I had discovered that God as the Bible teaches in a very present help in God no longer seemed to be simply a religious concept or or something to lulk God had become a lifetransforming and lifeenriching presence in my I had always gone to Sunday but I was surprised now to find that the Bible was speaking to me in a whole new It wasnt just literature or It was More than its words practically burst off the page with the ideas and direction I needed so I was also reading another Science and Health icith Key to the Scripluns by Mary Baker the Discoverer and Founder of Christian This wasopening up the Bible to Its hard to explain the difference between talking about God and actually experiencing His love in your daily But these two books brought about this and I read them hungrily each Like my lunchtime I had been in need of I found it hard to believe that I needed spiritual answers an understanding of some sense of what it be His an awareness of the significance of the life and work of Christ Jesus and of the spiritual laws lu But that was the The Bible teaches that God is Science and Health helped mo to understand the nature of divine Love and Us impact on my own In the prophet reports The Lord hath appeared of old I have loved thee with an everlasting love I had glimpsed he fact that God was Therefore God had to know me through at nil in every Yet all that He found and knew brought forth His everlasting This gave me As I quietly thought about it became clear that the mi1 that Jod knows is different from how I was thinking of For there were many elements of myself thai I knew God could not So I found myself wanting to know the real the me Jod knows and I pored uver Science ind Health and the Bible And step by still unlovable elements claiming to be part of me or my character have been lulling In Science and Health Eddy The great truth in the Science of that the real man and ever shall be is incontrovertible for if man is the relied of he is neither inverted nor but upright and Our our our cannot be Jesus healing of disease and sin gives ample proof of Science and Health brings to light that he was not simply a miracle but the revelalor of the eternal laws of God sustaining and maintaining mans perfection and So In my I knew why this woman had sal at my table and poured out her Shi1 was searching for the very help that I had And there was only one thing to She already owned a so I gave her my copy 01 Science and Reprinted Home Forum page of The Christian Science 1993 The Christian Science Publishing This article Is brought to you by Christian Scientists in your PI LOOP337 r LAAVL NEW BRAUNFELS DATES JUNE28JULY2 TIME NOON FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL Q10 6256375 uatnum BIBLE SCHOOL One weekly magazine that feeds the worlds deepest Discover the of a spiritual 26 weeks of the Christian Science Sentinel for just D Bill C Payment Mail lo Christian Science Box PCS 503401342 F2GMRA CHRISTIAN SQIENCP EAST MU 1QOQAM
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