Where can you find opportunities for the whole family to learn about Harrisonburg’s international community? A guide to year-round activities coming soon.
Gus Bus, Baha’i Community, Shenandoah Valley Scholars Latino Initiative, and SPECTRUM will be offering a range of exciting children’s activities all day near Turner Pavilion such as tissue flowers, beaded jewelry, arts and crafts, face painting, and Hispanic cultural arts and crafts to name just a few.
KIDS’ PASSPORT. Pick up a special Kids’ Passport in the children’s area. Inside are questions about various countries. Visit the Global Village to discover the answers and write in your passport. The first 50 children to complete their passport can bring them to the location indicated at the end of the passport to receive a cool prize courtesy WHSV-TV3 and Dupont Community Credit Union.
MORE! Visit the Explore More Discovery Museum, the Virginia Quilt Museum, and the Massanutten Regional Library for more free children’s activities.
Explore More Discovery Museum · 150 S. Main St. · 540-442-8900
Admission is FREE at the EXPLORE MORE Discovery Museum from 9:30 am – 5 pm on festival day! You and the kids will love the interactive exhibits and special activities planned, and thanks to Park View Federal Credit Union, everyone can join in.
Massanutten Regional Library · 174 S Main St. · 540.434.4475
Stop by for storytime at the library!
1pm – Spanish Storytime – Books and songs in Spanish.
3pm – English Storytime — Books and songs in English.
The Virginia Quilt Museum · 301 S. Main St. · 540-433-3818
The Quilt Museum will have an educational quilt made by a Harrisonburg refugee on display festival day, as well as free kids’ activities about the origins of quilting. A raffle of prizes donated by local business will also take place!