Northeast Texas Children’s Museum Hosts July Events

Do you want to be a pirate? Are you Wild About Art? Would you like to come to a Tea Party?   Creative and imaginative activities abound in July at the Northeast Texas Children’s Museum.

Children can use their imagination as they go back in time for Time Travelers Week beginning July 5. Learning about the Caddo Indians that lived in Lamar County or making dinosaurs will be part of the week  Other theme weeks in July include Outdoor Week with an opportunity to make Plant People and Superhero Week that will conclude with Pirate Day.

Daily crafts each day will focus on the theme for the week.

The Mother Daughter Tea Party on July 12 will be a time for young girls to dress and enjoy a tea party with their moms. “Wild About Art” with Lonnie Plunkett will provide a class for children interested in art on July 13, 14, and 15. Cooking may be the interest of other children so there will be Cake Decorating class offered on July 21. Kathy Erwin will teach Cake Decorating. To end the month of July, a Pirate Day with special pirate activities will be July 29. Because of the limited participants in these events, parents should call the Children’s Museum at 903-886-6055 to reserve a place for their child.

From Tea Party to Pirate Day and from Plant People to the Caddo Indians, Northeast Texas Children’s Museum is the place to challenge the creativity and imagination of children throughout northeast Texas. For additional information on any of the activities, call the Northeast Texas Children’s Museum at 903-886-6055.child museum

Author: Staff Reporter

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