Bush Library and Museum Announces Fall Education Programs

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Register now for an exciting line up of historical storytelling education programs this fall at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum at Texas A&M University.

The free programs are for youth and adult learners and are offered in a variety of formats, including on site and through distance learning.

Register now for an exciting line up of historical storytelling education programs this fall at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum at Texas A&M University.

The free programs are for youth and adult learners and are offered in a variety of formats, including on site and through distance learning.

“We’re looking forward to presenting a variety of great educational programs this semester, including new programs such as ‘The Making of a Global President: The China Diary of George H. W. Bush.’ These interactive programs will engage youth and adult learners,” said Dr. Shirley Hammond, Bush Library and Museum Director of Education.

The program will provide a parade through history from the Puritans and Native Americans to modern times examining various traditions and stories related to the Thanksgiving holiday and the custom of giving thanks. Primary sources from the Bush Library and Museum will show examples of presidential and personal expressions of gratitude.

Register Online for programs offered on site at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center or Bush Library and Museum. Free online distance learning (video-conference, live stream or recording) registration at www.connect2texas.net/bushlibrary41.

The Bush Library and Museum Education Department also offers more than 20 classroom programs on site for students in grades K-12, as well as an interactive distance learning tour of the World War II exhibit in the museum by our VGo Robot “Millie.”

For more information contact the Bush Library and Museum Education Department by email at bush.education@nara.gov or call (979) 691-4006.