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MVP Monday
Jun 18 2018 | 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

MVP Monday

Event Details

What: Kids (ages 3 - 10) and Family Program
When: Monday, June 18, 10 AM to 12 PM
Where: The Breman Museum
Cost: General Admission (Children 10 and under FREE with paid adult admission*)

Looking for something fun to do this summer? Bring your MVPs--all ages welcome--to The Breman and for activities inspired by our exhibition Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming American.

Activities include making your own pennant and baseball card, baseball-themed puzzles, and a book reading with discussion to follow. This event is ideal for ages 10 and younger, but all are welcome. This event leaves plenty of time for you and your family to additionally explore Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming American.

Activities will be directed by Breman staff, Susan Aquino, who has led many art and literacy projects in English and Spanish in the US and abroad and is currently a Girl Scout leader in metro Atlanta.

Questions? Contact Julie Zeff, Community Engagement Coordinator, at 678-222-3724 or at Jzeff@thebreman.org

*If you are a group of 8 or more, contact Julie Zeff to ensure available program space.

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