Families with children of all ages and abilities are welcome once a month to the Heritage Theater on the 2nd Floor of the Frisco Heritage Museum at 2:30 pm for a story and craft. Registration is not required, the event is free, and takes place on the dates below:
February 29: We will be reading Armadilly Chili by Helen Ketteman, Illustrated by Will Terry. Families will enjoy the story of Miss Billie Armadilly and her animal friends and go home with a craft that will remind you of Miss Billie and her friends! See our Facebook Event and let us know you’re coming!
March 28: To celebrate Spring and the beginning of planting season, we will be reading Right This Very Minute: A Table to Farm Book about Food and Farming by Lisl H. Detlefsen. Learn how your food gets to you and take home something you can watch grow!
This event features fun for all ages every third Sunday and offers free admission to Museum and grounds. Activities include kids’ crafts and games, face painting, entertainment, live animals, working blacksmiths, and docent-guided tours. All historic buildings and Museum are open to the public.
Saturday at the Museum Series
9:30 a.m., refreshments 10 to 11 a.m., presentation
During this series, experts on local, state and national history provide compelling stories, often from their own books. Free presentations are held quarterly in the Frisco Heritage Museum Second Floor Theater.
Shawnee Trail Cowboy Day
Giddy up for this annual event showcasing what life was like for the cowboys along the Shawnee Trail! Shawnee Trail Cowboy Days happen every year on the last Saturday in September.