The Doak House Museum will hosting its popular “Storytelling and Gingerbread” educational program for homeschooled students on Tuesday, Nov. 26.
The program will begin at 1 p.m. at the museum on the Tusculum College campus.
“Storytelling and Gingerbread” is designed for children pre-school age through third grade and features four different learning stations. The learning stations allow participants to explore the Doak House and academy building while learning about the Christmas traditions of the 19th century. This year’s program features a new adventure for Molly Mouse and a different version of the beloved Gingerbread Man story.
The cost for the program is $4 per school-age child with admission of one adult free per family group.
To make a reservation, please contact Dollie Boyd at 423-636-8554 or email@example.com.
The Doak House Museum and the President Andrew Johnson Museum and Library are operated by the Department of Museum Program and Studies of Tusculum College. In addition to the museums, the department is responsible for the College Archives and offers one of the few undergraduate Museum Studies degree programs in the country. The two museums are also part of the National Historic District on the Tusculum College campus. Follow the museums on Facebook and Twitter to learn the latest news and upcoming events or visit its Web site at www.tusculum.edu/museums to learn more about the variety of programs offered at the museums.