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Dual Annual Holiday Exhibit: "Hats Off To The Holidays" and "Toys Our Parents Played With"

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Add to Calendar 07-12-2013 29-03-2014 15 Dual Annual Holiday Exhibit: "Hats Off To The Holidays" and "Toys Our Parents Played With" An exciting dual holiday exhibit ("Hats Off to the Holidays" and "Toys Our Parents Played With") featuring vintage toys, and hats used as the settings for miniature scenes. Many of the toys may be from your own childhood, so be sure to point them out to the younger generation and reminisce over the fun you had playing with them. Note how most of the toys on display do not have batteries and many are home made. Kids didn't need "store bought" toys or technology to have fun. The Hat scenes were created by the nationally known miniature artist, Carole Pruzan, and husband Neal. Explore the museum's five permanent exhibit rooms, gift shop, and research library Hours are Sat. 1-4pm & Tue and Thur. 11- 4 pm and by appointment. Visit yorktownmuseum.org for more information. On display Dec, 7, 2013 through March 29, 2014. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2015neweventinfo.cfm?id=148955 Yorktown Museum true DD/MM/YYYY

December 07, 2013 through March 29, 2014
Saturdays 1-4pm; Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11am-4pm and by appointment
Yorktown Museum
Yorktown Heights
All Ages
Suggested donation $3
Description: An exciting dual holiday exhibit ("Hats Off to the Holidays" and "Toys Our Parents Played With") featuring vintage toys, and hats used as the settings for miniature scenes. Many of the toys may be from your own childhood, so be sure to point them out to the younger generation and reminisce over the fun you had playing with them.

Note how most of the toys on display do not have batteries and many are home made. Kids didn't need "store bought" toys or technology to have fun.

The Hat scenes were created by the nationally known miniature artist, Carole Pruzan, and husband Neal.

Explore the museum's five permanent exhibit rooms, gift shop, and research library

Hours are Sat. 1-4pm & Tue and Thur. 11- 4 pm and by appointment.

Visit yorktownmuseum.org for more information.

On display Dec, 7, 2013 through March 29, 2014.

Address: 1974 Commerce St.
Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
Phone: 914-962-2970
Website: yorktownmuseum.org

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