Historic Stranahan House to Livestream Museum Programs During Closure

During temporary closure due to COVID-19, the Historic Stranahan House Museum in Fort Lauderdale will continue to share stories and engage the community by livestreaming free family-friendly programs via Facebook every weekday at 11 a.m. Those who tune in will enjoy complimentary storytimes, virtual tours of the museum and history show and tells.

The program will continue to stream as long as the museum is closed. The upcoming program schedule is 11 a.m. daily and includes:

 

Wednesday, March 25:

Story Time: “She’s Wearing a Dead Bird on Her Head!”

(all ages)

Thursday, March 26:

Virtual Field Trip: Stranahan House Dining Room

(all ages)

Friday, March 27:

History Hour: Stranahan Trading Post

(appropriate for high school students and adults)

 

Monday, March 30:

History Show & Tell: Pirates of South Florida

(all ages)

Tuesday, March 31:

Virtual Field Trip: Stranahan House Kitchen

(all ages)

Wednesday, April 1:

Story Time: “You Wouldn’t Want to Be a Pirate’s Prisoner!”

(all ages)

Thursday, April 2:

Virtual Field Trip: Stranahan House Sewing Room and Seminole Indians

(all ages)

Friday, April 3:

History Hour: The Story of Ivy Stranahan

(appropriate for highschool students and adults)

All program topics are subject to change. Participants do not need an account and can access the content at www.facebook.com/StranahanHouse. For more information, visit www.stranahanhouse.org or contact [email protected].