The George H.W. Bush Presidential Library, as a non-profit, frequently hosts distance learning events for classrooms across the world. We are looking for classes who want to attend virtually and perhaps participate.
An upcoming event in April features the exciting stories and adventures of Peter Rabbit told by “Miss Teresa” Mauer, a talented storyteller affiliated with The Beatrix Potter Society. The stories are about Peter Rabbit and his adventures with his famous cousin, Benjamin Bunny. An added treat will be a story about Mr. Jeremy Fisher. Peter Rabbit will be on-stage, too!
To complete your free registration for the Peter Rabbit program please go to http://www.connect2texas.net/Connect2Texas_pages/event_search.asp
Click on "Calendar of Programs and Register" at the top left of the screen. In the "Provider" section select George Bush Presidential Library and Museum. Click Find Programs, then scroll down to find your desired program. Afterwards, follow the directions and choose 1 of 3 registration options.
1. The video conference- Allows you to ask questions directly to the speaker but requires Zoom software, which can be sent to you free of charge.
2. The live stream- Watch the program live, without interaction with the speaker.
3. The recording- Watch the program at the time convenient for your schedule.
In the "number of students/participants" block, please put a total number of participants you anticipate to share this exciting program with in the future.
Please contact Aaron Ackerman at firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions.
All the best,
Distance Learning Intern
George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum
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