CHARLESTON, WV – West Virginia's Division of Culture and History will host a family activity that's both fun and educational at 6 p.m. July 15 - 18. "Once Upon a Time at the Museum" will take place at the State Capitol Complex in Charleston.
Families are invited to visit the State Museum for an evening filled with storytelling and music. Songs will accompany each tale read in Discovery Rooms throughout the museum.
"Once Upon a Time at the Museum" is free and open to the public. No registration is necessary.
The schedule includes: July 15: "When I was Young in the Mountains" in the Company Town; July 16: "Golden Delicious" in Fairs and Festivals; July 17: "Rocks in My Pockets" in the Company Town and July 18: "John Henry" at the Train Depot.
For information, contact Caryn Gresham, deputy commissioner for the Division, at Caryn.S.Gresham@wv.gov or 304-558-0220.