Yankee Ingenuity: Problem-Solving in Early America

Guided by the museum's professional educators, students will learn what it was like to be part of an Early American family and how to use "Yankee ingenuity" to solve problems and complete tasks.

This event is for children ages 6-10. Cost is $50 per child, with a 10 percent discount for museum members. The same price reduction is available for additional siblings.

Registration is required. To secure a spot, click here or contact the museum's educators by phone at 973-377-2982 x12 or via email at education@metc.org.

In case of inclement weather, make-up dates are scheduled for Feb. 6 and 13. 

Contact Information
  1. Erin O'Donnell
  2. 973-377-2982
  3. coordinator@metc.org
Tue, January 16
4:15 pm — 4:15 pm
Add to My Calendar 01/16/2018 4:15pm 01/17/2018 4:15pm America/New_York Yankee Ingenuity: Problem-Solving in Early America

Guided by the museum's professional educators, students will learn what it was like to be part of an Early American family and how to use "Yankee ingenuity" to solve problems and complete tasks.

This event is for children ages 6-10. Cost is $50 per child, with a 10 percent discount for museum members. The same price reduction is available for additional siblings.

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