1960's Party!! Aug 10, 2019
Put on your tie dye or Smiley Face t-shirt and your bellbottoms and get ready to party like it's 1960-something!
August 10 at 10:30am - 12:30pm. For ages 7 and up, this party will celebrate the music, fads and history of the 1960s. Parents/grandparents are welcome to join in the fun and share with their youngster. (Children younger than 8 must have a "chaperone")

We will explore tie dye and craft projects, and learn a few choice 60s dance moves. Light refreshments will be served. Other surprises may be added to the festivities!
Cost is $10 per youngster ($5 each "chaperone"). We'll get back in touch with you with more details.

Location is the Smith-McDowell House 283 Victoria Rd Asheville (on the AB Tech Campus). This Party is a project of the Crafty Historian series of events.

This was the Decade of the Smiley Face found on anything and everything around the world including T Shirts , it's popularity was at its peak in the mid to late 1960's. This decade can also be summed up with a few well chosen phrases which epitomize the decade " The Space Race ", " Cuban Missile Crisis" , " Continuing Cold War", "Kennedy Assassination", " Martin Luther King", "Vietnam", "Civil Rights and Riots", "Hippies and Flower Power" , "The Beatles and Rock and Roll", and skateboards.

If you have specific questions, email Lisa at education@wnchistory.org

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