Tales for Young Historians (Ages 5-8)
|Title:||Tales for Young Historians (Ages 5-8)|
|Date & Time:||Sat Mar 11, 2023 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM|
|Location:||Local History/Special Collections Branch, 2nd Fl|
Charles E. Beatley, Jr. Central Library
Local History/Special Collections Branch
|Event Details:||History is around every corner in Alexandria. Learn about African American heroes and history through books and activities, and leave inspired to learn more. Masks are required for this indoor program.
March 11: Women's History Month
Presented with the Alexandria Black History Museum and the Office of Historic Alexandria. "Young Historians" is cosponsored by the Alexandria Black History Museum and the Office of Historic Alexandria as part of their "Storytime for Young Historians" program that started in 2018 in the Watson Reading Room. Ages 5-8.
Please note that this program will be held indoors. While children ages 0-5 are now eligible for vaccines, the library is continuing to offer outdoor programming and is slowly phasing in indoor programming for all ages. Until it is determined to be safe for both staff and patrons, we will not offer maximum occupancy to indoor events. Indoor programming in meeting rooms will be phased in starting with 30% of maximum room occupancy for programs for children. Please arrive early to indoor programs as space is limited.
|Audience:||Anyone may attend|
|Tags:||Black History, Black History Museum, Family, Library, Museums|
For event details visit https://apps.alexandriava.gov/Calendar/?50601
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