Kidscommons, the interactive children’s museum at 309 Washington St., will be open with free admission from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Organizers said support from Circle K is making the opportunity possible.
The nonprofit venue offers families with toddlers to early teens three floors of hands-on learning and fun. Youngsters can stand inside a body bubble, take a trip down the giant toilet, create a masterpiece in the kids-at-art studio and learn science, technology, engineering, and math concepts at the new discovery kiosks.
Information: 812-378-3046 or kidscommons.org.