Br'er Rabbit Storytelling | Kids Out and About Houston

Br'er Rabbit Storytelling

The Br'er Rabbit's stories tell tales of how a clever little rabbit outsmarted larger and stronger animals. Originated in African folklore, they were brought to America by African slaves and made popular in the Southern United States.

The Br'er Rabbit's stories tell tales of how a clever little rabbit outsmarted larger and stronger animals. Originated in African folklore, they were brought to America by African slaves and made popular in the Southern United States. Join Ms. Jean Donatto as she tells the "tails" of Br'er Rabbit then stop on over to our newest exhibit, Cum Yah Gullah and travel to the islands off the shore of the Carolinas.

Location:

Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center
198 Kempner Street Building B - 1st Floor
Sugar Land, TX, 77498
United States

Phone:

8327422800
Contact name: 
Fort Bend Children's Discovery Center
Email address: 
The event has already taken a place at this date: 
09/21/2019
Time: 
1:00 PM
Price: 
$12 General, $11 Seniors (65+), Members & Children under 1 Free

Ages

4-5 years 6-8 years 9-12 years Adults & kids together