Indigenous Peoples’ Day At Brooklyn Children’s Museum
October 14 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day through storytelling, art, language, and more. Hear stories from Taino storyteller, Bobby Gonzalez, and Haudenosaunee storyteller, Perry Ground, and speak Lunaape with language teacher, Karen Mosko. Learn about the Indigenous histories, cultures, and heritages that make up the Americas.
Play in kid-sized shops based on the real ones you find in neighborhoods across Brooklyn. Be a shopkeeper, baker, grocer, shopper, designer, performer, and builder in diverse communities. We really liked serving Italian pizza and assembling African style chairs.
Learn about how slow animals survive and thrive in an exhibit, featuring 19 distinct habitats with live animals, including Roger the two-toed sloth, a blood python, a roughneck monitor lizard, and many more. Each day this exhibit offers up-close experiences with slow and small species that survive and thrive in…