Nordic Heritage Museum offering fun activities for kids

Check out the fun at the Nordic Heritage Museum!

LEGO Workshop
Tuesday, July 1, 2014; 10am-12pm

The Museum’s summer exhibition is Danish Modern: Design for Living, and what is more Danish than LEGO! Come join us for a fun morning of LEGO building with local LEGO expert Dan Parker - back for a fifth year at the Nordic Heritage Museum! Spend time creating on your own with the large supply of LEGO bricks and specialty pieces, or join one of Dan’s break-out classes on LEGO tricks and techniques. Explore various aspects of LEGO design along with other LEGO enthusiasts!

Ages 5 to 12, $25 for Museum members, $35 for non-members.

Nordic Stories
First Thursday of the month; 10am-11am

Join us for our seventh year of Nordic Stories, geared toward preschool aged children and their grown-ups. Held the 1st Thursday of each month from 10am to 11am, Nordic Stories features children's stories from the Nordic countries, along with fun craft projects. This is a free program, no reservations are necessary. Please note: This program is not intended for large groups.

Coming up:
July 3: Denmark - Hedgie's Surprise by Jan Brett
August 7: Finland - Moomin and the Birthday Button by Tove Jansson

Moomin Mania!
Thursday, August 7, 2014; 11am-12:30pm

Come to the Nordic Heritage Museum to celebrate the 100th birthday of Tove Jansson, creator of the fantastic storybook characters, the Moomins! Enjoy crafts, stories, cartoons, and music! Events are ongoing so drop-in any time. All ages welcome, no reservations needed.

Suggested donation of $5 per crafter.

Viking Days
Saturday-Sunday, August 16-17, 2014; 10am-5pm

Join in the fun as the park and parking lot are transformed into a Viking marketplace. Special craft programs for kids will be offered throughout the weekend. Appropriate for all ages. No reservations needed. Admission to Viking Days FREE, there is a small charge for craft projects. For more information, click here.

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