We thought it couldn’t get more genius than on-the-go organic baby food dispensed from an easy-squeeze, single-serving bag.And then we tried the Plum Organics Dispensing Spoon by Boon. The new twist-on spoon attaches to Plum Organics Stage 1 and 2 baby food pouches, allowing you to feed your hungry monkey whenever, wherever. No bowl necessary.Each pack comes with two attachments and a carrying case that has a built-in hook to easily attach to diaper bags. As expected, the spoons are BPA, PVC, and phthalate free. Once you’re done, hand-wash with soapy hot water or pop it in the dishwasher (top rack only) before the next meal. And just like that, dinner is served.Available online at booninc.com.WADE Beach Naturalist ProgramWhat: Take a stroll during low tide and learn about critters that live on the shore. Why: Get up close and personal with slimy snails and starfish.When: Sat.-Aug. 8.Where: Around town. For more info, call 206-386-4365. Participation is free.EXPLORESeattle World’s Fair GalleryWhat: Check out memorabilia from the 1962 World’s Fair, take a seat in the Monorail control booth, and scoop up commemorative coins.Why: Make your mark by posting ideas, interviews, and pictures on the interactive site.When: Thurs.-Sun., 11 a.m.-4 p.m.Where: Center House, at Seattle Center, 305 Harrison St. (206-684-7200). Admission is free.WATCHPreschool All Stars Planetarium ShowWhat: Stargazers (ages 2-5) find out about the night sky through song, dance, and other activities.Why: The twinkly constellations will captivate them.When: Ongoing. Sat. & Sun., 10:30 a.m.Where: Pacific Science Center, Willard Smith Planetarium, 200 Second Ave. N. (206-443-2001). Adults, $14; children 6-15, $9; children 3-5, $7; under 3, free.Photo: Courtesy of Boon Inc.