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Members: we appreciate you! As a thank you, you'll receive 15% off all purchases made in the Museum Store today (Sunday, August 25). Stock up on your favorite goodies or buy that design icon you've been eyeing! (Some exclusions do apply.)
Dino Duckling is a retelling of The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Andersen. The first Thursday of the month, Nordic Stories features children's tales along with a fun craft project.
Cost: Free (Note: No reservation required. Not intended for large groups.)
MEX AM Northwest Festival 2019 is a yearly, multi-event, multi-venue festival aimed at showcasing contemporary Mexican and Mexican-American culture. It is produced and curated by the Consulate of Mexico in Seattle with the support of partners, both local and international, as well as community members who, in a joint effort come together to celebrate Mexico and its relationship with the United States. Activities will take place throughout Seattle in August and September.
We are delighted to partner with MexAm for their 2019 festival. International relationships are incredibly important to our Museum, and we are proud to add our Nordic-American support to this Mexican-American cultural festival.
As part of the many August and September activities, the Museum will host MEX AM's El Grito Concert on September 15. Renowned Mexican Conductor Paula Nava takes on favorite classical pieces from Mexico in celebration of the Mexican Independence Day with Mexican music and the traditional "Grito de independencia."
This event is free and open to all. You can learn about the wonderful events and activities that are part of the 2019 MEX AM Festival here: https://mexamnw.org/home.
Join us for a fun morning of LEGO building featuring local LEGO expert Dan Parker. Check out a collection of cultural and historical LEGO artwork—including a 1/25 scale Viking Drakkar ship—and build at STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) themed stations! Explore various aspects of LEGO design along with other LEGO enthusiasts! This class is for children ages 5 to 12. (Parents can stay with younger children at no cost.)
Cost: $15 for Members; $20 general admission