BEGIN:VCALENDAR METHOD:PUBLISH VERSION:2.0 X-WR-CALNAME:Frist Art Museum BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY:Family Mondays DESCRIPTION;ENCODING=QUOTED-PRINTABLE:\nThe Frist loves families!\nSecond Monday of each month \n10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.\nAdmission: One adult admission covers your entire family; members free\n\nThe Frist loves families! Bring the whole family to the museum for the price of one adult admission! Join us on the second Monday of the month for special programming, including trilingual storytime in English, Spanish, and American Sign Language, family tours with ASL interpretation, and Martin ArtQuest Gallery—open exclusively to families on these dates! School groups are welcome the rest of the month. \n\n\nSCHEDULE\n10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.   Martin ArtQuest is reserved just for families. Groups are welcome the rest of the month.\n10:30 a.m.   Storytime in the Galleries (English, Spanish, and ASL)\n11:00 a.m.   Family Walk-Up Tour (ASL interpretation provided)\n1:30 p.m.   Public Walk-Up Tour\n \n\nFEATURED BOOKS for STORYTIME\n\n \n\nApril 8\nBijou, Bonbon & Beau: The Kittens Who Danced for Degas\nWritten by Joan Sweeney and illustrated by Leslie Wu\nOn a cold, dark night, a mama cat seeks shelter for her newborn kittens in a Parisian theater known for its ballet and the famous artist who comes there to sketch. While the ballerinas practice, Bijou, Bonbon, and Beau make themselves right at home, to the delight of the dancers and the artist. Oh, the mischief they get into!\n\n \n\n \n\nMay 13\nA Place Where Sunflowers Grow\nWritten by Amy Lee-Tai and illustrated by Felicia Hoshino\nMari and her family are interned in a camp in the Utah desert during World War II. Mari enrolls in an art class and plants sunflower seeds, but it seems impossible that anything beautiful could survive in a place where nothing beautiful grows. Somehow, glimmers of hope begin to surface in the eyes of a kindly art teacher, the tender words of Mari’s parents, and the smile of a new friend.\n\n\n \n\nJune 10\nFrida\nWritten by Jonah Winter and illustrated by Ana Juan\nThis book traces key experiences in Frida Kahlo’s life, like her loneliness as a child, the polio that kept her bedridden for months and a horrific bus accident. Ultimately, Frida found refuge in art-making, where she told her story using symbols and images from both her life and her imagination\n\n \n\nDISCOUNTS\n\nCafé: 15% off children’s menu\nGift shop: 10% off children's items; members receive 20%\n\n \n DTSTART;TZID=America/Chicago:20190408T100000 DTEND;TZID=America/Chicago:20190408T140000 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR