|January Storytelling Sessions at Mount Vernon|
Children enter a world of fantasy and fables when costumed interpreters weave three tales together during Mount Vernon’s storytelling session, “Once Upon a Time at Mount Vernon,” held every Saturday and Sunday at 2:00 p.m.and 3:00 p.m Storytelling sessions will take place in the Hands-On History Room in the Donald W. Reynolds Education Center. “Working Together” is the theme for January's storytelling sessions. During the 20-minute session, children learn Aesop’s fables and listen to stories about George Washington’s life! The storytelling program is recommended for children ages three to eight. Parental supervision is required.
“Once Upon at Time at Mount Vernon” is included in regular Estate admission: adults, $15.00; youth ages 6-11, $7.00; and children under 5 are admitted free.