Join the troops who have set up camp in the Kogod Courtyard for an afternoon of crafts, games, and music, including silhouette art, period photography, and a scavenger hunt, all inspired by popular activities during the Civil War.
Event begins at 11:30AM
Presented by: Smithsonian American Art Museum
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