Interactive Youth Exhibit
Conservation Quest
on display June 10 - September 16, 2017 
Loaded with hands-on interactives, ConservationQuest delivers important conservation messages, inspiring visitors to make thoughtful choices about energy use. Learn about energy - what it is, where it comes from, how we use it and why it's so important to use it wisely. See how simple actions can make big differences for families, communities and the planet.
  • Find ways to save with light bulbs, electricity and recycling
  • Explore solar, wind and hydropower
  • Connect circuits to power up lights, alarms and fans
  • Take the green challenge- a computer interactive on green choices
  • Check out the latest energy-saving inventions and learn about the future of energy
Stepping Stones Museum for Children's traveling exhibits are unlike anything... anywhere.
Created to inspire lifelong learning through inquiry and play, the exhibits provide an interactive educational experience for visitors of all ages.
There are still openings for week 3 & 4.
Click here to register.
There are still seats available. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.
Do not miss the MEET & GREET reception after each performance!
Brown Bag Lunch Lecture - June 15, 2017 - at noon
Living with Desert Wildlife: How to Help Native Species
with Emma Baldwin, Primary Wildlife Rehab Keeper at The Living Desert

Everybody has found a baby bird that could not quiet fly, or the little bunny that for sure shouldn't be out on its own, the lizard that has lost its tail, or the tortoise that was just too small. In this lecture Emma Baldwin, Primary Wildlife Rehab Keeper at The Living Desert, will talk about some of the problems wildlife is facing and what everyone of us can do to prevent some of the more common wildlife issues. She will also introduce the do's and don'ts of assisting a wild animal in need.

Emma Baldwin is the Primary Wildlife Rehab Keeper at The Living Desert for their Native Wildlife Conservation Program. She has  worked at The Living Desert for 4 years.  She has a bachelor's degree in biology also works as a zookeeper in the North American section of The Living Desert.

Bring your lunch, bring your friends, or just bring yourself to our Brown Bag Lunch Lecture Series once a month.  Speakers will present topics of special interest for high desert residents. The lectures start at 12:00 p.m. Admission is $ 5 - Free for Members/Sponsors - beverages will be served

MBHS presents - June 14, 2017 - 5:30 p.m.

"The Mojave Project" 
with Kim Stringfellow author, multimedia-artist and educator.
Kim Stringfellow explores the physical, geological and cultural landscape of the Mojave Desert. The Mojave Project reconsiders and establishes multiple ways in which to interpret this unique and complex landscape, through association and connection of seemingly unrelated sites, themes, and subjects. 

For more information on the project click here. 
Join the Morongo Basin Historical Society's 2nd Wednesday Lecture Series which is held at the Hi-Desert Nature Museum. Lecture begins at 5:30. Donation is $5.00.