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Children's Hour will return in May 2020!

Children's Hour at Tomaquag Museum is held every Wednesday morning from 10:00-11:00am running May through August.  This FREE public workshop for children of all ages features a different interactive lesson every week. Mark your calendars for May 6, 2020 when we return! Hope to see you then!

For more information, contact us at 401-491-9063 or email slarose@tomaquagmuseum.org.  

A compilation of photos from Tomaquag Museum's 2019 children's hour program which focused on traditional uses of indigenous and naturalized plants. The program was held every Wednesday from May 1 - August 28, each week featuring a STEAM based lesson on different plants and their traditional uses as food, medicine, spirituality, and technology.

2019 Reviews

"Thank you for your patience, leadership, and grace with all of our noisy children. They absolutely loved the class. For the rest of the day, they were picking flowers, declaring what they were, and eating them out of the backyard - even teaching neighbor friends about it. Thank you for the great investment you make in passing on history and Native American culture and traditions. We are excited and grateful to learn more." - H.D. 

"We love the work you do and want to thank you for a great summer of Children’s Hours! Thanks for being such a valuable resource for our state." - B.V.

 

Accessibility Information


Silvermoon LaRose, Assistant Director, is the coordinator of disability resources here at the museum. We want to ensure that everyone who visits the museum has full access to the museum and all of our offerings regardless of mobility, vision, hearing, sensory, or learning variances. We welcome you to contact Silvermoon if you have any questions or requests to make your visit as engaging as possible. Silvermoon can be reached by email at slarose@tomaquagmuseum.org or phone (401)491-9063.

Tomaquag Museum strives to create a welcoming environment to all guests regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, veteran status or other. Our facility’s accessibility is consistent with ADA and Rhode Island law. We welcome your feedback to help us improve, contact us now!