Get your fill of the Children's Museum of Evansville while you can because after Tuesday, September 5th, they're locking the doors to work on some updates after a busy summer season.

The closure marks the start of their annual "Fall Fix It Week" where employees and volunteers will shut things down for a few days to give the exhibits a solid cleaning, fix any damage that took place over the course of the past few months, and even make a few updates to different areas of the interactive museum.

Fortunately, all that work won't take long, as the closure will only last until Saturday, September 9th (it's called Fall Fix It "Week" for a reason).

The Museum is looking for volunteers to lend a hand. If you, or someone you know, doesn't have much to do next week, consider donating some of your time to help cMoe continue to provide kids in the Tri-State a fun, educational, and perhaps most importantly, a safe place to play. For more information on volunteering, e-mail Director of Marketing and Research, Ashley McReynolds.