“Everyday Heroes” Returns to the Maltz Museum for the Summer

Tue 6/4-Sun 8/18

The Maltz Museum special exhibition space will be showcase an interactive exhibit on Everyday Heroes. Through crafts and activities, this youth-based opportunity will offer children a way to explore the value of being an everyday hero. Make your own masks and capes, zoom around the good mood movement area, paint kindness rocks to share, build a better world with jumbo blocks, be the hero of your own story at our puppet theater and more!

Included in general admission ($12 adults, $10 ages 5-11, free under 5), attendees are also encouraged to check out the Maltz main exhibit, An American Story, which tells the tale of Jewish immigrants and includes hands-on activities for younger audiences. Everyday Heroes Activity Center will be on display Tuesday 6/4 through Sunday 8/18.

Consider bringing a group. Groups will be welcomed by a friendly docent who will stay with you for an hour of your visit. Each child will receive a superhero welcome sticker and an Everyday Heroes tote bag to take home the things they make. For example, they can decorate their own take-home fabric cape, paper mask, and macaroni necklace. Each child will have access to the entire Everyday Heroes Activity Center to explore crafts, books, movement, imaginative play and more.

The Everyday Heroes Story Tour will be open to explore the core exhibition, An American Story, in a child-friendly way with hands-on activities. $3/child, 10 child minimum. 1 adult chaperone free per 10 children. Additional chaperones $5. Recommended for age 8 and under.

[Written by Jenna Thomas]

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