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Family Happenings

Explore Woodmere as a family and discover the adventure and fun of the Museum’s interactive family programs. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Admission to the Museum is free to parents and guardians whose children participate in family happenings.


MLK, Jr. Day Family Program

Monday, January 18

3 pm (Online via Zoom)

FREE; Pre-registration required

Woodmere and members of the Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble present a free family program celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement. Explore the story behind Harriet Tubman's journey to freedom and the legacy of Dr. King through musical narratives, the art of Jerry Pinkney, and interactive fun activities for children and families.

The Chestnut Hill Business and Community Associations are proud partners of this event. Art activity books celebrating legends in Civil Rights are available for pickup at various Chestnut Hill restaurants, shops, and business locations. Click here for details.

This free event is offered online through Zoom and pre-registration is required. Registrants will receive a confirmation email with the meeting link. Click here to register.

Family Art & Storytelling (Ages 3–5, One adult/child)
Sundays; dates TBA | 11AM

FREE; Pre-registration required
Instructor: Ginger Mimmo Rohlfing
Introduce your preschoolers to art experiences. Children will focus on one artwork, read a related story picture book and create an art project with their adult companion. A fun and engaging way for young children to enjoy art. Click here to register.
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