This 60-minute program for children highlights the life of 18th century English architect, William Buckland, who designed and built the Hammond-Harwood House in 1774. The tour includes an exterior architectural scavenger hunt and a tour of the Dining Room. Children will listen to the story Iggy Peck: Architect after which they will have the opportunity to be the architect and design their own five-part historical building.
Space is limited, reservations are required.
Free thanks to the Winifred Gordon Foundation.
The Winifred Gordon Memorial Art and Wellness Series
In memory of the talented artist and a founder of the Hammond-Harwood House Museum, Winifred Gordon, this free series, open to the public, will have gallery talks on mediums including painting, ceramics, furniture making followed by a wellness activity. Arts, history, tradition, and heritage all come together in important and unexpected ways that can improve overall health.