Virtual Free Family fun with the Oklahoma Hall of Fame
Register now for Discovery Days! Join educators from the Gaylord-Pickens Museum, home of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, each Thursday, 10:30 am - 11:30 am, as we virtually learn more about Oklahoma's Story through its People. Join us via Zoom for an exciting virtual story time, followed by the creation of a simple craft inspired by the book, and culminating with participating children sharing toys, art, or items during show and tell.
Discovery Days are family-friendly and recommended for ages 3-7. This program is free and you can pick up a complimentary craft kit containing all the supplies needed each month from the Museum.
To experience Discovery Days, register here. You will receive detailed information via email, including a link to the Zoom conference, details about the program, and notification of craft kit pick up times.
Check out the craft and story time video for each Discovery Day below!
Today we embrace the warmth and celebrate Spring! First we learn about Oklahoma Hall of Fame Member William Crawford who has worked so hard to preserve Oklahoma's beauty and use it's resources to provide for communities. We then hear about the unlikely pair of a bear and mole as Spring arrives in Spring is Here! before making a bunny themed craft.more
Today we learn all about Oklahoma Hall of Fame Member Martha Burger and her commitment to our furry friends. Sticking with a certain animal (hint: it has small spikes) we'll be reading Buddy and Earl Go Exploring and making a fun craft based on our story with paper plates, some glue, and brown paper.more
It’s time to head out west and learn all about Oklahoma Hall of Fame member Harold Holden, a sculptor who creates what he loves most: the cowboy way of life. Oklahoma author Tammi Sauer teaches us about finding our courage and using our talents in Cowboy Camp and we’ll make our own cowboy hats to boot!more
Singing, acting, and dancing, what more could we want? Read along as we read Born on Broadway! and learn the importance of working hard to achieve our dreams. Then join us in making our Lion King mask inspired by Oklahoma Hall of Fame member Alfre Woodard’s role in the newest rendition of this classic.more
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