Free family fun day at the Weitzman on Presidents’ Day 2/20

-Courtesy of Broad Street Communications

Visit the Weitzman for a FREE Family Day jam-packed with fun activities for all ages. Musical performances, historical reenactments, crafts, Black History Month celebrations, tours, and more. All inspired by the question, “What does freedom mean to you?”

10 AM A performance by Spirit Wing, spotlighting Native American music from Across the Eastern Woodlands.

11 AM Khalil Munir’s newest show entitled “The Crown’s Corner” – Khalil will enchant through tap, drumming, and spoken word giving voice to his struggle with dyslexia. A make-and-take craft will follow the performance.

1 PM Historical interpreter, Eva Baen, will share a piece of American Jewish history through artifacts found in her traveling suitcase.

2 PM Join Elaine Johnson from eteaches365 to create your own make-and-take craft while learning about African American Astronauts.

2:30 PM  Historical interpreter, Eva Baen, will return to the stage for her second perfromance!

Explore the Museum with Weitzman Docent Tours at 11 AM & 2 PM and Scavenger Hunts throughout the day!

FREE! Early registration is appreciated, but not required. Click here.

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