All Aboard StoryTime Station at the Community Museum
This event posted by: orock
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Gaithersburg Community Museum
9 South Summit Avenue
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The City of Gaithersburg invites you and your child to enjoy monthly book readings during “StoryTime Station,” an enriching program at the Gaithersburg Community Museum, 9 South Summit Avenue. The 45-minute readings, recommended for ages 3 to 6, take place on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 11 a.m. Admission is $3 per child, adults and infants are free. Please note children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
The January 27 session will revolve around the theme of “Winter.” On February 24, the readings and crafts will revolve around the theme of “Love.” Themes for the months of March through December have not yet been determined. Children will be provided with a take-away craft activity to continue the experience at home following each session.
Advance purchase is recommended as space is limited. Reservations can be made online. You may also pay at the door if space is available. For more information, call the Gaithersburg Community Museum.
Located in the restored 1884 B&O Railroad Station complex near the intersection of Summit and Diamond Avenues in Olde Towne, the Gaithersburg Community Museum features educational exhibits and programs designed to spark interest and imagination about our City’s history. Interactive displays include a bank, school room and general mercantile store. The Museum is located in the restored B&O Railroad complex, and consists of the historic Freight House, History Park and the rolling stock.
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