Workshops for Children

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 Saturdays from 10am-12pm

11/18 – Animal Day: Discover animals of North America and Africa and learn how to say their names in Salish or Nez Perce. Draw your favorite critter and even meet a real, live “Dragon!”

11/25- basket weaving: Learn about the woven baskets of the Mohegan tribe and weave your own basket out of paper, then decorate it with colorful markers!

12/2 – Tradition Book: Explore storytelling, illustration, and traditions. Construct your own picture book that displays what traditions your family practices during the holiday season. Using paper, crayons, and yarn, tell the story of your family’s Christmas fun.

12/9 – Snowflake Craft: Learn about the uniqueness of snowflakes on a cold Winter’s day. Using paper, scissors, and glitter, create a snowflake banner to take home with you!

12/16 – Candy Houses: Expand your imagination, celebrate creativity, and decorate a festive holiday house that gets you in the jolly spirit. Using a menagerie of colorful candy, choose how to adorn your own tasty house.  This activity has a fee for material costs: 5.00 per house

12/23 – Gift Making: Craft a handmade gift for a friend or family member. Make your own Christmas tree ornament using paper, glitter, coloring supplies, and your imagination!

12/30 – A Postcard from 2017:
It’s almost 2018! Reflect on your favorite memories and accomplishments when you create a postcard that represents what you did in 2017.

 

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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