Workshops for Children

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 Saturdays from 10am-12pm

5/19~Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Save the Truffula Tree Make your own Truffula Tree based on The Lorax story by Dr. Seuss. Learn the importance of preserving our natural environment through recycling and repurposing old things into something new!

5/26~Rock Mushrooms Create Colorful Rock Mushrooms to decorate your windowsill or your garden. Let your inner artist repurpose river rocks into painted mushrooms to place around your home environment!

6/2~Fairy Houses & Gnome Homes Have fun building miniature homes from recycled cardboard boxes and craft supplies. Use your creativity to turn them into homes for fairies and gnomes!

6/9~Lady Bugs Rock Learn the importance of Lady Bugs for our gardens and trees. Pick the perfect smooth rocks and paint on wings, eyes, and spots!

6/16~Critter in a Can Use critical thinking skills to transform assorted craft elements into a critter of your creation. Use your imagination and find unique uses for supplies provided.

6/23~Summer Solstice Collage Create a masterpiece from colored paper and glitter glue and express what Summer Solstice means to you!

6/30~Summer Bouquets Make tissue paper flowers with bendable stems. Fold brightly colored tissue paper, twist a pipe cleaner to the center, and open the paper like the petals of a real flower!

7/7~Raspberry, Jazzberry, Razzamatazzberry! Make a Berry Picking Bucket! Repurpose a yogurt container into an attractive berry-picking bucket. Get creative with colored tissue paper and Mod Podge!

8/8 (2-4pm)-8/9(2-4pm)~ Science & Art Under the Sea Summer Camp! Kids age 7 to 11 are invited to explore circuitry, learn through conductive play dough, learn about LED light, draw, paint, and sculpt during this two-day Summer camp! Click here for the registration form.

The mission of the Ravalli County Museum & Historical Society is to acquire, preserve, protect and interpret the historical and cultural heritage of the Bitter Root Valley and its people.

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