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Atlanta History Center Educator Open House Event

Sophie-Ann McCulloch

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ATLANTA, GA - Atlanta History Center (AHC) invites residents to join the Educator Open House where you can learn about the center's education team and learn about their school offerings, outreach programs, and educator resources on Saturday, August 21.

The open house will begin at 9:30 a.m. where the AHC will explain the experience of their guided school tours and meet with A Plus Tours where they explain the benefits and offerings of their own school groups.

A Plus Tours is operated by certified teachers who supports learning experience outside of the classrooms can have a huge impact on students, they work to create customized and flexible itineraries that fulfill the needs of teachers.

This event is free of charge and the first 25 educators to arrive at the venue will get a complimentary souvenir called a swag bag. Pastries and coffee will also be provided when the open house starting.

Participants from this event will gain access to Atlanta History Center’s exhibitions, historic houses, and gardens after the event ends. They can also claim a 20% discount in the museum shop.

Every educator that comes to this event can bring one guest along with them, upon arrival, they have to show their current school identification. Since registration is important for this in-person program, the committee encourages people who want to come to register and claim their spot.

This event is supported by several organizations including Fulton County for the Arts, Poetry Out Loud, The Ziest Foundation, Georgia Council for the Arts, A Plus Tours, and Online Learning.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, per executive order, all participants must wear masks or face covering inside the venue.

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