Summer History Fridays
Where: Check-in @ 410 S. Fifth Street, Richmond, Tx
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Cost: Non-Member Child: $7, Non-Member Adult: $3
Member Child: $5, Member Adult: Free
Ages: Best for ages 5-12, but all are welcome! We encourage families to bring their lunch.
Topics & Activities:
July 8 - Dreamers, Creators & Innovators
Let's kick off the summer with innovators and the brilliant discoveries and inventions that changed history! We will step into the lab with Marie Curie, test the theory of gravity with Galileo and Sir Isaac Newton, learn to code with Vera Rubin, and so much more! You don't want to miss this ground-breaking start to July!
July 15 - Gone to Texas
Pack your wagons and let's head to Texas! Join us as we learn about life on the new frontier.
July 22 - Fort Bend County Believe It or Not
Explore the unique, mysterious, and even strange history of Fort Bend County! How did a joke lead to the name of a town? Why did Carry Nation carry a hatchet? And where is the legendary Deaf Smith really buried? We will answer these questions and discover the obscure history of our county.
July 29 - The Amazing History of Superheroes
Excited to learn more about the amazing history of superheroes? Start at the beginning by making your own superhero comic book, hear their thrilling and daring adventures on the radio, and sharpen your superhero skills. Then, if you dare, venture into a super villain lab to see what tricks await your brave crusader.
Questions? Call the Museum at 281-342-6478 or email Jessica Avery for more information!