When: October 21st Session 1: 10 AM to 12 PM Session 2: 2 PM to 4 PM Cost: $5 per student Ages: Program can be modified for all ages! Join us for a special homeschool program at our main museum gallery. Each participant will receive a passport to history when they check-in. We'll have activities […]
Join us for a very Merry Christmas party for stuffed animals and children on December 6th! Come join us for special Christmas activities like crafts and games from 6 to 7:45 and then it’s time for a story and bedtime snack before your stuffed animals stay the night at the museum. Cost is $5 per child and adults […]
Join us for free craft activities, story time and more on March 13th through the 16th from 10 AM to 2 PM. Can't wait to see you there!
Join us on February 3rd and February 4th at the Rodkey House Event & Education Annex for Victorian Tea. Registration will open on November 1.
Step back in time to watch a zoom performance-reading of Fibber McGee the Census Taker for free on Sunday June 14th at 2:00 PM. During the show, comedian Fibber McGee becomes a Census Taker (Enumerator), visiting various neighbors with his list of official questions. As always, Fibber is bound to get a little off track […]
Virtual Ribbon Cutting & Live Performance: As part of the show, viewers will see a video of Darci Lynne touring the new museum exhibit and sharing stories about the artifacts on display. Darci Lynne will then perform for the audience, followed by a live question and answer session. This event is all online. One ticket […]
Celebrate the museum's exhibit Back to the 1950s by reading some NIFTY fifties books from various genres. This month, we are reading Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury as part of Banned Books week. The in-person book club will be limited to 10 attendees and masks are required. Aren't quite ready for an in-person event? We'll have a […]
Join us on October 23rd at 7 PM for a brief comedic introduction and a discussion of the 1959 Vincent Price film House on Haunted Hill. This movie is available to rent on Amazon or via the Metrolibrary platform Kanopy. Pre-watch the movie before joining the discussion. Register for all events in this series here.