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Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian
4th St. and Independence Ave. SW, Washington, District of Columbia 20013
This month, imagiNATIONS Story & Discovery will take to the stage on Saturdays with a puppet show based on «The Goat in the Rug,» written by Charles L. Blood and Martin Link and illustrated by Nancy Winslow Parker. This fun story is told by Geraldine, a goat whose wool is woven into a rug by her Navajo friend Nasbah. Through Geraldine’s quirky observations, «The Goat in the Rug» teaches the complex process of creating Navajo rugs in a way children can understand and appreciate.
Recommended age: 3+
Please note: Groups (e.g., school or home school classes; daycare, camp, or scout groups; etc.) are required to schedule entry time to the imagiNATIONS Activity Center.