This program will be delivered via Zoom and will be streamed to our Kingsley Room. If you want to watch the program from home, register here
Most people have heard of the famous boy king, but don't know much about him. This program focuses on Pharaoh Tut-Ankh-Amun and explores why he is so famous, the remarkable gold treasures found in his tomb, and the story of how he was discovered in 1922. We virtually explore his entire tomb, learn more about what his daily life may have been like, and celebrate the treasures of King Tut. 2022 marks the 100th anniversary of the discovery of his tomb and we'll celebrate Egyptology and the archaeologists who made it happen!
Marisa Horowitz- Jaffe has been teaching, studying and living ancient history for over 25 years. Her background includes double Bachelors degrees in Egyptology and Roman Archaeology from The University of Michigan, and a Master’s degree from Harvard University in Art and Museum Education. She spent two decades working in elite NYC art museum education departments, and now enjoys bringing her own artifacts and mobile museum to teach enrichment programs in schools, libraries and community groups. Please visit www.MuseumsWithMarisa.com for more information.
Like all Southbury Public Library programs, this event is free to attend and open to anyone regardless of town of residency. Registration is required. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Southbury Public Library. For more information about this program, please email Rebecca at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the reference desk at 203-262-0626 ext 130.
The library makes every effort to ensure our programs can be enjoyed by all. If you have any concerns about accessibility or need to request specific accommodations, please contact the library.