Press Release: State Museum Presents Learn at Lunchtime

Press Release: State Museum Presents Learn at Lunchtime

Beginning Friday, February 5 at 12:15 PM, and repeating each Friday thereafter, The State Museum of Pennsylvania presents its popular Friday speaker’s series online. Virtual visitors will learn about Pennsylvania topics and museum collections by joining live conversations with curators, educators, colleagues and friends. The State Museum’s Learn at Lunchtime programs are free. Pre-register to join at …

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Virtual Learn at Lunchtime

Virtual Learn at Lunchtime

Connect with others and learn about our Commonwealth by joining The State Museum of Pennsylvania for our 2021 virtual Learn at Lunchtime programs every Friday at 12:15 pm.   Learn at Lunchtime features a variety of captivating presentations and live conversations with educators, curators, colleagues, and friends about various Pennsylvania topics. The State Museum of Pennsylvania remains …

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State Museum Perspectives

State Museum Perspectives

State Museum Perspectives Meet staff curators, educators, designers, and community partners in these video chats with Director Beth Hager about exhibits, collections, behind-the-scenes, and their favorite things at The State Museum of Pennsylvania. The Dugout Canoe A popular selfie stop at The Pennsylvania Farm Show, The State Museum’s replica dugout canoe is based on an …

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Virtual Learning Curiosity Kids Activities & Virtual Learning

Curiosity Kids Activities & Virtual Learning

Curiosity Kids is a program for early learners that bridges the fun of Curiosity Connection with the wonders of The State Museum of Pennsylvania. We want to make sure you and your curious kids have access to some fun activities. Be curious! We can’t wait to see you back in the Museum! Art: Line Art: …

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