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Virtual Hello, Met! (Ages 2–4) 

Date and Time

Thursdays, March 4–April 29 (no class April 1), 2021

11–11:45 am

Location

Online

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Details

Dive into stories, songs, and art activities, connecting with The Met collection and the world around you! Children and their grown-ups explore art making in their own homes and discover new ways to create together. This is a virtual program. One adult is required for every child.

Class size is limited to 25 children and registration is required.

Thursdays, March 4–April 29 (no class April 1), 2021, 11–11:45 am

Fees: Members $300, Non-Members $345

Museum Members get early notification and can register before the general public. Members receive a 15% discount on all courses whenever they purchase a class. For Membership assistance email membership@metmuseum.org or call 212-570-3753.

Members priority registration begins December 1, 2020, 10 am (ET). Registration for the general public begins December 8, 2020, 10 am (ET). Space is limited and classes fill quickly. Registration closes on January 15, 2021, 5 pm (ET), or when classes fill. Please see our Frequently Asked Questions for information regarding class refunds and other policies. The Museum reserves the right to cancel a class at any time due to insufficient enrollment. In the event that we must cancel, we will issue a refund.

Questions? Email familyprograms@metmuseum.org or call 201-746-5974.

A limited number of class scholarships are available; call or email for details. Apply for a scholarship.

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