Aug. 13- Pre-Bulls Game “Baseball Card” Family Day!Posted on July 25, 2016
The Museum of Durham History will host its first-ever Family Day on Saturday afternoon, August 13, from 2pm to 5:30pm, at the Hub, 500 West Main Street downtown. The no-charge event is a highlight of the two-part Baseball Cards exhibit currently on display at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park and the Museum.
Family Day visitors can step inside the Museum to view Durham and the Rise of the Baseball Card, which chronicles the history of baseball cards, a national phenomenon which started in Durham.
Outside, they can test their skill at the cornhole beanbag toss, enjoy storytelling and face painting, create a sidewalk art masterpiece, shoot the breeze with Wool E. Bull, sign up for a baseball-themed scavenger hunt and cool off in the water misting tent.
All guests will be able create a personalized baseball card for a unique souvenir in the TapSnap photo booth. There’ll be live music by Tea Cup Gin, a shaved ice stand, beverage tent by Bull Durham Beer, and the popular Joe’s Diner hot dog truck will be on site for refreshments.
Durham and the Rise of the Baseball Card is presented with support from Baseball America, Capitol Broadcasting Company, Durham Bulls, reCharge Pilates & Barre, and the Snyderman Fund.