School Break Activities At The Buffalo History Museum
An Invitation from the Buffalo History Museum
Posted March 10th, 2016 in Niagara At Large
Buffalo, New York – The Buffalo History Museum introduces BREAKOUT, a new and reoccurring program that extends activities designed around Museum exhibits and topical history related themes.
Families are invited to drop in during school vacation break during the scheduled time.
What: BREAKOUT! – Creative hands-on history learning fun for kids 5 years of age and up
When: March 22 – 25 Time: 1-3 pm Location: The Buffalo History Museum, One Museum Court (off Elmwood Avenue in the Delaware Park area)
This month, kids will have the opportunity to explore the connections between history and science. Different activities are planned for each of the four days: Dyes & Fabrics, Quill Pens & Papermaking, Native American Plantings, and more.
The general public may contact Megan MacNeill, program and engagement coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 716-873-9644 ext. 320.
About the Buffalo History Museum
Since its founding in 1862, The Buffalo History Museum has been Western New York’s premier historical organization, serving to collect, research, interpret, and share the Niagara Frontier’s rich history. Its collections include more than 100,000 artifacts, 200,000 photographs, and 20,000 books. The History Museum annually presents a wide array of programs, exhibits, tours, outdoor events, and activities for all ages that utilize many of these resources to tell the stories of both ordinary and extraordinary people of Western New York.
For more information on the Buffalo History Museum, how to find it and all the great exhibits and events it has to offer, click on – http://www.buffalohistory.org/ .
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