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Come live, learn and play as children in the 1820s did. Activities at First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site will include cow milking; butter churning; quill pen writing; candle dipping; baby farm animals; 1820s children's toys and games; hearth cooking; period skills and craft demonstrations; re-enactors in period dress; and open door interpretation of the 1820s Peck Brothers Dry Goods and Hardware Store and Peck's residence.
Also included in the activities will be a performance by Emmy award winning educators and entertainers Jan and George Syrigos, who make up the musical group WildHeart. Their performance is designed to bring the heart of the wild to the heart of the child. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact the historic site at 636-940-3322.
Jan and George Syrigos (of Critter Rock fame) are working with the Missouri Arts Council to provide a WildHeart Tour in Missouri State Parks.
Emmy® Award- winning educators and entertainers, Jan and George capture young audiences with a strong science message exploring wildlife, habitats and natural history. Their performances are lots of fun for all ages!
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