It's twice the party at the Schiele Museum in Gastonia on April 27th.
Not only is the museum celebrating it's new building, but visitors can also celebrate Earth Day in a big way.
All of the extra activities are free with your general admission ticket. There will be hands-on demonstrations and Cyril the Resourcerer of Yale University will be there to share his earth-friendly message in a cool way for kids.
Becca Hurd, Environmental Educational Specialist for the museum, visited WBTV News Saturday Morning to talk about the celebration.
For more information about the Schiele Museum, click here.
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