Washington Pavilion launches ‘at home’ experience

March 20, 2020

The Washington Pavilion is closed but has launched a way to experience the Pavilion at home.

Visit WashingtonPavilion.org/WashPavAtHome to find curated education and enriching activities, videos, experiments and demonstrations for families to use at home.

The online resource includes learning-focused programs for youth:

  • Educational movies.
  • Science and art demonstrations.
  • Cartooning classes.
  • Make-at-home projects.
  • Coloring pages and worksheets.
  • And much more!

“Experience Your Washington Pavilion @ Home is a fun opportunity to share engaging resources and projects with our community and families while they are in the comfort of their home,” said Madelyn Grogan, director of education at the Washington Pavilion.

The Pavilion plans to continually update the website with more programs such as story time, art and cartoon lessons, and other meaningful materials.

“Families are seeking educational and enriching resources right now, and this a unique opportunity for us to bring our museums to the community with engaging and entertaining demonstrations and classes,” said Jason Folkerts, director of museums. “It’s the Pavilion coming to you at home, if you will. It’s a win-win for both our community and for us during this challenging time.”

The Washington Pavilion, including the Kirby Science Discovery Center and the Visual Arts Center, is currently closed until further notice in support of the city’s efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19; however, the box office is available at 605-367-6000 to help guests with questions and ticket sales.

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Washington Pavilion launches ‘at home’ experience

The Washington Pavilion is closed but has launched a way to experience the Pavilion at home.

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