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09/06/2015 Family Sunday - The Breman Museum

Family Sundays
Sep 06 2015 | 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Family Sundays

“There should be a place where only the things you want to happen, happen”

 

Join us for an exciting afternoon of "wild thing" inspired adventure and fun in our Where the Wild Things Are: Maurice Sendak in his Own Words and Pictures exhibition! Activities include:

  • Guided tours of Where the Wild Things Are
  • Screenings of Sendak's short films
  • Hands on craft activities in the gallery for young children
  • Interactive readings of some of Maurice Sendak's most beloved works

Entrance to this event is included in regular museum admission

Sundays at the Breman are made possible through the generosity of The Pittulloch Foundation and The Patty Hertz Reid Foundation

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