8/6/2019 to 8/13/2019 | Missouri State Museum | Jefferson City, MO
From June 4 through Aug. 13, 2019, the Missouri State Museum is hosting a fun twist on summer programming. "Learning@11" is a series of interactive programs exploring various aspects of Missouri's cultural and natural history specifically focused on age groups 4 to 7 years using more activity-based programming. For similar-themed programming for older children, please see our regular "Tuesday@2" programs for age groups 8 to 12.
The broad theme for this summer's programs is "communication." The series will explore how people and wildlife communicate--past and present.
Programs will be held at Jefferson Landing State Historic Site, 100 Jefferson Street, Jefferson City.
August themes are:
Aug. 6: Hello from the Front Lines! Pigeons, dogs, flags and telephones during World War I
- Soldiers used any means possible to send messages during WWI--pigeons, dogs, flags and phones. Learn how to send a message using signal flags, and hear the tale of Cher Ami, the messenger pigeon, and Sgt. Stumpy, a dog, who helped save lives during the war.
Aug. 13: Medieval Manuscripts in Missouri: Make your own Paint and Bookmark.
- University libraries in Missouri own many pages of manuscripts that are hundreds of years old. Learn about these special collections in Missouri, make paint from scratch and create a manuscript bookmark to take home with you.
Program time: 11 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
- Interpretive Programs