This looks like fun! I love the combination of hands-on arts and crafts with some history in there too.
Per the Facebook event:
“One of the most famous myths surrounding early Puritan settlers is that they forbid pastimes like music, dancing, games and leisure activities. While Puritans had a strict, hardworking lifestyle they did believe there was a time and place for fun pastimes. Join the Salem Witch Museum for a special night of Puritan and Colonial crafts and games, as we explore some of the activities enjoyed by children living in early America. We invite kids of all ages to come and learn how to make a corn husk doll, create your own handheld loom, play old fashioned New England games and listen to some captivating stories! If you are interested in Puritan and early American history, or you just want to make a fun craft, this is an event for you!”
This is happening on April 28, 2018 from 6:00-7:30 pm. The Salem Witch Museum is located at 19 1/2 Washington Sq. North, Salem, MA 01970.