The Seattle Children’s Museum is a place of exploration and education!  We house some of the most culturally diverse and interactive programs for families and their little ones.  Not only do we all learn together — we play together too!

Huraiti Mana teaching hula at Patchwork Puget Sound.
Huraiti Mana is a Polynesian Dance Troupe based in Seattle, Washington and lead by Ha’api’i Kalei’okalani.

Learn more about their impact and mission on their website HERE.

Amina Qraishi teaching Islamic geometric art at Patchwork Puget Sound.
View more of her fantastic artworks on her art Instagram HERE.

Educators from Temple De Hirsch Sinai teaching young visitors how to write their names in Hebrew.

Tulalip Storyteller, Lois Landgrebe, sharing in our Storytelling Circle.

Harvest Moon sharing stories from her culture.  She is a Quinault elder and shared a story for our Tribal Tales exhibit (Dog Legend).  In addition to Storytelling, she is also a Master Basketweaver and artist.
To learn more about her work and impact, please visit her webpage HERE.

Steve Dorland is a Squaxin Weaver and creates using both traditional and contemporary designs.  Pictured above is a fun weaving activity he demonstrated in our space.  He also made the cap in our Tribal Tales exhibit.



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