The Sheridan County Historical Society & Museum is kicking off a new program this summer for children ages 0-4. TotSpot is a new program designed around a young child’s developmental stages. This 30 minute program at the Sheridan County Museum combines a story related to a current exhibit or historical topic with a developmentally appropriate activity. TotSpot programs are free of charge. We ask parents and guardians to sign up in advance. This ensures we have enough materials on hand for everyone.
The Museum has two TotSpot programs coming up in June and July. On June 27 at 10 am, we will be looking at the history of the Kendrick Park Zoo. The activity will have participants making their own zoo pet rocks. Our July program is scheduled for July 25 at 10 am. We will looking at the world of hats and the many hats of Sheridan County. The activity for July is called “A Hat For Me.”
Parents and guardians can sign their children up for TotSpot by calling the Museum at 307-675-1150 or by clicking on the buttons below.