The Way We Played
The Littleton Museum announces the exhibition, The Way We Played. Inspired by nostalgia, this is a toy exhibit for all ages, especially adults. Located in the Museum’s Changing Exhibit Hall, the exhibition opened on September 13 and will close January 3, 2021. “By discovering and playing as kids, we grew strong, learned important social and tactile skills, and developed powerful relationships. It is the memory of these experiences, and our connection to our favorite toys, that evoke strong feelings of nostalgia for our younger years,” said Museum Curator of Collections Jenny Hankinson. Using interactive stations, photographs of Littleton locals and their favorite toys, and artifacts from the Littleton Museum’s Collection, visitors of all ages are invited to experience and recall the ways they played.
Within and Without: Works by Nathan Abels
Winner of the 2018 Littleton Fine Arts Board Own an Original competition, Nathan Abels brings his distinctly enigmatic style of pencil drawings and oil and acrylic paintings to the Littleton Museum in the upcoming fine art exhibition, Within and Without: Works by Nathan Abels. Located in the Museum’s Fine Arts Exhibit Hall, the exhibition opened September 20, 2019, and will close, October 20, 2019. The Littleton Museum is located at 6028 South Gallup Street. For hours visit littletongov.org.