My kindergarten class used to sing a song with those lyrics based on a poem by Christopher Morley. It popped into my mind this morning at the museum when we had not only hot chocolate and animal crackers but also fresh snow and plenty of sledders enjoying the great hill just steps outside the building door.
Next weekend, the building is booked for other events, but we'll open our doors again to sledders and others who want to enjoy our backyard: a beautiful 14-acre city park.
The building will be open from 10 a.m. to noon on Feb. 20 and Feb. 27. Warm up in front of the fireplace and enjoy the view. Today we saw two bald eagles circle over the park!
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