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American Saddlebred Museum – April 2020



ATTENTION JR. EXHIBITORS
Join us for MOVIE CLUB
April 11 at 3:00 p.m. EST

The Museum's first Movie Club meeting was a big success! Don't miss our next installment on April 11 at 3:00 p.m. EST when we will discuss Secretariat! 

Wondering how it works? The concept is similar to a book club, but you watch a movie instead of reading a book. Then, we Zoom to chat about it! If you are interested in participating email Anne Tasch here or sign up on this form

Anne and Amanda Murchison will be running the Movie Club and are happy to answer any questions! Let’s have some fun and take selfies while you’re watching the movie and tag them #myASBMuseumMovieMoment.

Education Resources

Do you have horsey kids at home? Look to the Museum's new education page for some fun activities, reading suggestions and much more! We will be adding new information regularly, to keep things fresh and kids engaged! 

Connect with us on social media for new activity updates and special insights into the permanent collection. 

KIDS ACTIVITIES HERE

Online shopping is available! 

Although our Museum is temporarily closed, the online shop is open and ready to help you with special occasions, celebrations, or something for yourself. 

All Gift Shop sales support the ASM's mission to celebrate the history and traditions of our beautiful athletic horses. 

SHOP HERE

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