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Teaching kids to take care of their hearts

By Imagination Station | February 3, 2020

Teaching healthy habits at an early age is one of the best gifts to give a child. Healthy habits that take care of your heart are not only good for preventing heart disease, they also have other benefits such as preventing obesity and depression. These are 10 small things you can add to your family’s…

Exhibit opens exploring African American heritage

By Imagination Station | February 3, 2020

On the eve of the Civil War, federal census takers counted more than 3600 African Americans living in Wilson County, North Carolina — more than a third of the county’s population. Almost all enslaved, black people labored as field hands, laundresses, cooks, carpenters, nursemaids, and blacksmiths, building wealth for others. Thousands of the descendants of…

New Year Resolution

By Imagination Station | January 4, 2020

The New Year is a great time to think about a healthy you and the place to start is knowing where your weight is right now. January is Healthy Weight Awareness month which is why we are giving free BIA assessments to all of our weekend visitors this January and free admission to go along with…

New Arrivals in the Herpetarium

By Jeff Jenkins | January 3, 2020

In 2019, the Imagination Station had three new additions to our animal kingdom: A leopard gecko named “Mr. Hyde,” a female bearded dragon named “Penny,” and a small male bearded dragon we call “Crickey.” These animals have been a great addition to our museum family. I have used them in several animal encounter programs which…