Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Kansas City Museum

The Kansas City Museum’s First Sunday Family Fun Day is a fantastic way to share a great family moment and have a little fun too! The event, held on the First Sunday of every month, allows children to have fun while also having an exceptional learning experience. There are historic games and scavenger hunts held on the grounds to play. For the artsy person in your family, there is an arts and crafts area. There’s historical information and exterior panels surrounding the Museum for the history aficionados and if you are lucky enough, you might get a free old-fashioned treat.

Kansas City Museum debuts
“Record Your Own History”

When: Sunday, March 1 from 12-4 p.m.

Where: Kansas City Museum

Admission: Free

Address: 3218 Gladstone Boulevard, Kansas City, MO 64123

Family histories are passed down in many ways such as through journals, letters and songs. Visitors will embark on a journey through their own family histories at First Sunday Family Fun Day from 12-4 p.m. March 1. Families can learn and experiment with some of the different ways people have passed down their family histories, such as through oral histories and story quilts. Listen to “Story Songs with Emily Tummons” in the StoryTarium.

Check out other events and programs at the Kansas City Museum by clicking here.

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