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Storytelling: February

Storytelling programs at the Missouri History Museum engage our youngest visitors and their families with songs, movement, traditional and contemporary storybooks, and local history. Each story time connects with a different theme that helps children explore their world and develop a love of reading. All story times are led by a dedicated educator who makes the activity interactive, and we take special care to choose books that present a variety of experiences and people our young guests can see themselves in. Storytelling in the Museum supports early literacy and is a great opportunity for age-appropriate social emotional learning.

These programs are recommended for children ages 2–6 and their families, and each 30-minute session is free. Storytelling in the Museum takes place in person on Fridays from 10:30 to 11:00am, and our bilingual Spanish-English storytelling Cuentos en el Museo occurs second Saturdays and the fourth Friday of each month.

Sponsored by PNC Grow Up Great

February Themes:

Black History Month—Stories of Black Missourians (Friday, February 3)

Celebrate Black History Month with stories about Black Missourians!

History Exploration Days Storytelling: Black Migration Stories (Friday, February 10)

As part of our History Exploration Days, let’s listen to stories about Black migration.

Event Type: Community Event
When: Friday, February 03, 2023 at 10:30 AM
Location: Missouri History Museum
Neighborhood: City-Wide
Ward: Many Wards
Admission: Free.
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