Be sure to join us this month and see the museum decked out in its holiday splendor! Toddlers and families will get into the spirt by learning about fun Swedish holiday traditions such as St. Lucia Day, Pepparkakor, and Jultomte. We will read Lucia Morning in Sweden by Ewa Rydåker and dance to seasonal music! If you’re not already a member, now is the perfect time to join. Museum members attending December’s Toddler Time will receive a double discount in the gift shop the morning of the program!
Toddler Time is our specially designed program for children ages 18 months to 4 years old, where each session helps young minds grow through interactive stories, engaging hands-on activities and social interaction.
Toddler Time is a monthly program, every third Tuesday of the Month. Listed below is a schedule of upcoming programs with descriptions.
Cost: $5 per child or free for Museum Household Members. There is no charge for accompanying caregivers.
Registration is recommended, but not required. Register online or pay at the door.
This is the perfect opportunity to introduce children to the classic Finnish fantasy world of Moomin and his friends. We will be reading Moomin and the Golden Leaf by Tove Janssonto. Kids will get to practice early learning skills while exploring the beauty of autumn alongside cherished friends such as Moominmamma, Moominpappa, Snorkmaiden, Little My, Snufkin, Sniff, and Mymble.
This month children will get an up close look at the glacial landscapes of the Arctic. We will read In Arctic Waters by Laura Crawford and then learn how we can do our part to fight against global warming to make sure the Arctic stays frozen for generations to come. Families will get to explore these regions through Museum’s newest exhibit Nordic Changes: Works by Diane Burko and then create their own works of glacial art!