Museum from Home

Visit the Stickley Museum from home with some of our classic Family Day activities and games, simple recipes from the 1910s, and more! 


 

Virtual Family Day

Virtual Family Day 1

In an October 1913 article in The Craftsman, Gustav Stickley wrote that "the Craftsman movement stands for the right of the children to health and happiness through an education that will develop hands as well as heads."


On Family Days at the Stickley Museum we feature screen-free, hands-on, family-friendly activities and crafts for developing hands and minds! While you may not be able to visit the museum in person, we're happy to share some of our favorite handcrafts and old-fashioned games with a Craftsman spirit! Give these a try at home!

 

Children should always be supervised by an adult. 

 


 

 

1910s Recipes from the Craftsman Kitchen

Craftsman Kitchen

We combed the museum's collection of books for 1910s recipes that you can try at home! Check out some of these "tested recipes which make most delicious dishes" taken from the 1914 edition of Reliable Recipes and Helpful Hints.

This item is in the public domain. View as a PDF.
 

 


 

 

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29 May 2020

 

 

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Updated COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
Public Statement
Thurs., March 19, 2020

 

Friends,

 

As of Thursday, March 19, the museum will be closed for tours and programs. Over the coming weeks, we will stay apprised of COVID-19 recommendations and will re-open when we are confident we can provide a safe and healthy environment for all... 

 

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