Culture Pass: Culture Pass: Stained Glass for Kids at Seward Park Library with Museum at Eldridge Street
Did you know that stained glass can be used to make everyday objects, like windows and lamps? It can also educate people and be used to tell stories. At the Eldridge Street Synagogue, our sixty-seven stained glass windows depict geometric shapes and add color and light to the historic space.
Join Seward Park Library and the Museum at Eldridge Streetthe Museum at Eldridge Street as we learn more about stained glass and make a colorful paper-stained glass creation to take home and hang in your window.
Up to 30 participants. First come, First served.
Reserved for families and children.
This event will take place in person.
ABOUT CULTURE PASS
Culture Pass is a program for cardholding patrons of New York City’s public libraries, Brooklyn Public Library, New York Public Library, and Queens Public Library. Culture Pass doesn't just give library patrons the chance to visit museums and theaters across the city—we also work with our partners to bring these amazing institutions into branches in all five boroughs. Visit nypl.org/events/culture-pass for programs and learn about our city's cultural community.
Culture Pass programming is made possible through generous funding from the Charles H. Revson Foundation and the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund.
- Audience: Children, Families