SARANAC LAKE — When Tennessee Carr made his first visit to The Wild Center, his museum manners lacked a bit. Rather than stop one by one at each of the natural history exhibits, he ran from one end of the museum to the other.
Tennessee had a good excuse, though, as to why he was so rambunctious at the Tupper Lake museum: He was just 1-and-a-half years old.
For his father Rob Carr, then the exhibits and programs manager at The Wild Center, it may not have been exactly what he was expecting the first time he brought his first born to his workplace. But for dad, it was an eye-opening experience, just like it was when he brought his son to a birth-to-six-years-old children’s museum for the first time.
Read the full article at the Adirondack Daily Enterprise.