The Kansas City Museum’s First Sunday Family Fun Day is a fantastic way to share a great family moment and have a little fun too! The FREE event, held on the First Sunday of every month from noon-4:00pm, allows children to have fun while also having an exceptional learning experience.
The Kansas City Museum's Corinthian Hall is located at:
3218 Gladstone Blvd.
Kansas City, MO 64123
(The museum is located at the corner of Benton and Gladstone Boulevards, right next to a main entrance for the Cliff Drive State Scenic Byway.)
October 7, 2012: The Long Family Noon-4 p.m. | FREE
Learn about the Long Family and their iconic estate, Corinthian Hall, at First Sunday Family Fun Day, Sunday, October 7 from noon-4 p.m. Families will learn about Corinthian’s beautiful stained glass windows and will create a paper one of their own to take home with them. Visitors will see the Paul Mesner Puppets’ Long Story of Corinthian Hall puppet show at 1 p.m.
- “Long Story of Corinthian Hall” 1:00 pm
- Stained Glass activity
- “Ours to Give” in the Storytarium
November 4, 2012: Winter Holidays Around the World Noon-4 p.m. | FREE
The holidays are a special time to sit back and celebrate the good times with family and friends. Come and help celebrate the winter holidays from various cultures around the world from noon-4 p.m. Sunday, November 4, during Kansas City Museum’s First Sunday Family Fun Day at the Museum. Learn about the relationship between the poinsettia and Latin American cultures or the mythical Icelandic Yule Cat. Visitors will also make Kwanzaa mats and German advent calendars. Storyteller Joyce Slater will be in our StoryTarium telling fantastic holiday tales.