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Arachnophilia 

Thursday, Sep 18 2008
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Just in time for Halloween, creepy crawly creatures have moved into the museum's landscaped garden-house, where visitors can get up close and personal with different varieties of spiders, including the banded garden and golden silk, which can weave a web up to three feet wide. Upcoming events include nighttime flashlight tours, arachnid-themed game nights, spider cinema and trick-or-treating.
Mondays-Sundays. Starts: Sept. 21. Continues through Nov. 2, 2008
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