One of the fringe benefits of working in this museum is getting to participate in our public programs. Personal favorites are at opposite ends of the visitor spectrum.
The second Thursday of each month means it’s time for Sharing the Past, a program designed for Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers. The hour flies by with visitors sharing stories, insights, and memories elicited by the works of art. Songs have been sung, poetry has been recited, jokes have been told, so who knows what will happen next? If you are interested in more information on this program contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817.989.5030.
Bethesda Gardens residents attend the Sharing the Past program at the Amon Carter.
Summer is almost here so get ready for Storytime! This popular program returns with new books, new activities, and more cookies! Grab the kids and make the Amon Carter the place-to-be on Wednesday mornings in June and July.
Storytime at the Amon Carter.
Program Update: We had an age range of 100 years between Sharing the Past and Storytime attendees! There really is something for everyone at the Amon Carter.