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Summer Events at Baseball Museum
1) Baseball Study by Elementary and Junior High School Students

Thursday, July 20 through Sunday, September 3, 2006
At the Baseball Library
Baseball terminology, statistics, and history of baseball will provide good topics of study for elementary and junior high school students. They can study these topics as their independent research in the subjects of arithmetic, science, social studies and language.
The librarians are ready to show them how to read books in the library and use artifacts on display in all sections of the baseball museum.


2) Demonstration of bat making

Friday, August 11 and 12. 2006
11:00-12:00, 13:30-14:30, 15:00-16:00
At the Baseball Hall of Fame
In cooperation with Mizuno Corporation.
The craftsman at work will welcome any questions on bat making.


3) Hands-on Experience of Producing a Glove a parent-child team

13:00-15:00 Sunday, August 13, 2006
At the Baseball Hall of Fame
In cooperation with Mizuno Corporation.
Entry 12 pairs of elementary school student and his/her parent. Entry fee 3,500 yen per pair including admission tickets.
When their glove is completed, the entrants can take it home.
Application By postcard or application form within the museum. Please write in your name, address (and e-mail address), phone number, and whether you throw right or left. dominant hand.
Deadline Thursday, July 13
Successful applicants (decided by lot) will be notified later from the Museum.


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