The Virginia Historical Society continues to offer special educator-led readings of children's history books during 2015. Stories at the Museum programs are free and open to all ages. Programs take place every month on select Saturdays at 11:00 a.m.
Every Stories at the Museum program will include:
group reading of the selected history-themed picture book
a make-it-and-take-it craft activity related to the text
Each month the books will have a different theme.
January - Famous Americans Month
January 17 - Abe Lincoln's Dream by Lane Smith
February - Black History Month
February 7 - Henry's Freedom Box by Ellen Levine
February 21 - Ellen's Broom by Kelly Starling Lyons
March - Women's History Month
March 7 - I Could Do That!
March 21 - Sojourner's Step Stomp Stride
April - Civil War and Emancipation Month
April 4 - The Yankee at the Seder by Elka Weber
April 18 - Ben & the Emancipation Proclamation
May - Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
May 2 - Dumpling Soup by Jama Kim Rattigan
May 16 - Nadia's Hands by Karen English
June - World War II History Month
June 6 - Wind Flyers by Angela Johnson
June 20 - Nim and the War Effort by Milly Lee
July - American Revolution History Month
July 18 - George Washington's Teeth by Deborah Chandra
Come join the fun at the VHS!
Caroline Legros, School Program Coordinator
Do you have a question about an upcoming Stories at the Museum program? Feel free to contact me at 804.342.9652 or at email@example.com.