Calling All Teachers—Make Town Hall a Part of Your Curriculum!

Oct 24, 2019 | Feature, Featured, Town Crier

Everyone deserves access to creativity and big ideas. That’s one of the founding ideas that drives Town Hall’s programming, but we think it should be true even beyond the stage. Here’s a look at some of the resources Town Hall offers for local educators all across Seattle.

This September we launched our 22 & Under program, and now all Town Hall-produced events (everything listed as Science, Civics, or Arts & Culture) are FREE for everyone age 22 and under. If you’re interested in checking out which events are free for youth, take a look at the 22 & Under page on our website.

Town Hall is also a great source of classroom tools. Our extensive media archives and YouTube page host volumes of talks and events from previous years on every subject under the sun. In addition to online resources, you can also contact us to request classroom sets of books (in sets of 30!) from previous Town Hall talks. Plus, we offer series cards with either the Color Wheel, Branches of Government, or Periodic Table (matching up with our Arts & Culture, Civics, and Science series) that can be used as teaching tools or even just cool bookmarks.

Whether you’re a student or a teacher, you can visit our 22 & Under page to sign up on our mailing list.

Keep working to further your education—or make Town Hall the destination for your next field trip!

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