See Chuckles make her prediction
Manchester - posted Jan, 20 2014
MANCHESTER - The Lutz Children’s Museum is proud to be the home of the official Connecticut state groundhog. Hundreds of dedicated fans gather at the museum each year on Groundhog Day to hear her prediction. The museum will open to the public at 6 a.m., on Groundhog Day, Sunday, Feb. 2. Coffee and breakfast foods will be served while waiting for her arrival at about 6:45 a.m. This event is free and open to the public. Connecticut Chuckles VIII is approximately two-years-old. She has lived at the Lutz Children’s Museum since she was discovered injured and orphaned as a baby. Her doctor determined that she would not be able to survive in the wild, opening the door to a new career in meteorology. The Lutz Children’s Museum is a non-profit organization that has been offering educational programs for young children since 1953. Learn more about the museum by visiting www.lutzmuseum.org.