Idabel, OK (April 23, 2019)—The Museum of the Red River is offering a variety of programs for children and adults this summer. Here’s what’s coming up.
First is Watercolors and Wine on May 11, starting at 6 pm. This year’s theme is ‘Spring Floral”. The class will be led by Connie Philips and costs $45 to attend. The fee covers everything needed to create a masterpiece—step-by-step instructions, supplies, and of course, wine. Aspiring painters and/or wine aficionados can register online or by calling (580) 286 – 3616.
Fun with Molas and Fun with Mosaics are scheduled for May 18 and August 17 respectively. (Molas are a type of reverse applique textiles unique to the Kuna, a South American indigenous group.) Participants can drop in and drop out between 10 am and 3 pm. The workshops are part of the Museum’s Fun program, a series of free classes designed to connect people through art.
Summer Explorers Camp is scheduled for June 24 to June 28. This year, budding anthropologists ages 8 to 12 will learn about the art, cultures, and peoples of the South Pacific. The Museum will also host two dinosaur-themed summer camps for children ages 4 to 8. The first camp is set for July 8 to 10. The second camp will run from July 15 to 17. Call (580) 286 – 3616 or click one of the above links to register.