2019 Homeschool Day at Washington on the Brazos In September and October, the staff at the Museum and Barrington Farm will present Childhood in Early Texas, an interactive hands-on program for the entire family, targeting students ages 5-12. Discover what life was like for a child in the mid-19th century during a visit to this historic site. Students will learn about chores, clothing, schools, farm life, and more. They will make some old- fashioned toys to take home. No minimum group size required. Individual families may register. Reservations are required. Location & Information
Moving Myths: Story Telling Through Dance METdance’s Moving Myths is a one-hour journey through captivating legends based on traditional myths from across the globe. Moving Myths follows the interaction of four travelers from around the world who find each other and spend a night telling tales from their respective cultures. Focusing on themes of courage, the show’s characters will expose students to strong heroic ideas such as standing up to bullies, taking care of one’s family, fighting for love, and facing great danger. Moving Myths is an exciting experience perfect for students and audiences of all ages. Written exclusively for METdance by author Elizabeth A.M. Keel. Seating for daytime performances is
Children’s BINGO Bring the kiddos and join our Levy Park team at the Children’s Pavilion for Bingo. This 30-minute program, ideal for kids age 4 to 12, is a fun way for children to practice their letters and numbers while earning prizes. Levy Park provides the Bingo cards, markers and prizes. B-I-N-G-O!