Celebrate Kaya Day at the Eiteljorg!


In our house, we have 2 American Girl American girls.  While we have only 2 dolls, we love, love, love all things American Girl.  The dolls are certainly wonderfully made, but it’s the historical fiction that accompanies them that stole our hearts first {Princess Eldest was required to read an entire series of books before she received a doll for her 6th birthday}.  We’ve read through every character to date and each time a new one comes out, we check “her” out from the library.

If you love all things American Girl as well, don’t miss Indianapolis’ own Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians & Western Art‘s Kaya Day.  January 26th will be a fun day filled with learning, arts & crafts, special speakers from both the Potawatomi and Miami tribes, and even a chance to win your very own Kaya Doll!  And this event isn’t just for the girls, boys will find fun in the games and special activities, too.  You don’t have to have a Kaya doll to participate but if you want to bring yours, by all means do.

Spend the whole day {10 am to 4 pm} or just drop in for an hour or two.  The event is free with general admission {keep an eye peeled for new coupons to drop in the next week or two possibly before this event}.  If you haven’t visited the Eiteljorg recently, be sure to check out the RB Annis Family Experience.  It’s filled with exhibits for kids of all ages and includes a real live stagecoach, an interactive totem pole, a wigwam, and more!  I’m always amazed at how much I learn when our family visits the Eiteljorg.

For more on the Eiteljorg, be sure to follow this fabulous Indianapolis attraction on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

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