Sure, children are the future – but that doesn’t mean they can’t have a blast learning about the past!
The Frazier Museum offers a variety of exhibits, gallery experiences, events and programs designed to help families have fun and experience history together.
We even have special programming just for kids. Each month, on the second Saturday of the month, the Frazier Museum presents an event exploring a different theme. These events, called SECOND SATURDAYS, are designed for children who love learning about true stories from other times and other cultures.
View our calendar of SECOND SATURDAY programming here! There's no need to register to be able join in on the fun! Programming is included with the cost of admission and free for Members.
JULY 8th 11AM-3PM: SURVIVAL IN THE WILD ... AND IN THE CITY
Whether in the woods or your own city neighborhood, nature provides much of what you need to survive. We will explore foraging, medicinal plants, making cordage and other survival skills. Survivalist Austin Hollis will share surprising information about your own backyard and help you make your own natural rope while our friends from Rainbow Blossom Natural Food Markets will be here to share nature’s most effective remedies for some of life’s ailments.