Museum Babies Storytelling: Winter
SERIES: Storytelling In The Museum | View all series dates
LOCATION: History Clubhouse | Museum
DATE: January 21, 2020
TIME: 10:10 AM – 10:25 AM
Before Storytelling in the Museum, join the Missouri History Museum for songs, stories, movements, and sensory experiences with babies and toddlers! These 15-minute programs are recommended for children ages 6 months to two years and their families.
No programs on December 24, 27, or 31.
Sign language interpretation will be provided at the program on February 21.
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