The Upper Peninsula Children's Museum is getting the word out that they need paint.
The museum is expanding exhibits and making improvements. They're also painting a large mural and they need paint. The museum receives donations of paint throughout the year, but now they need brighter colors.
"What we're looking for is brightly colored paints, like bright and bold, not white and cold; primary colors are especially handy because I can mix colors I need from those colors, but anything neon or over the top," said Exhibit Manager, Landon Stelwagen.
If you are interested in donating paint, they say you can drop it off during museum hours. The museum is also planning on redesigning the human body exhibit. For more information on the children's museum, click here.