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Museum offering wide range of summer programs

Children dressed up as dinosaurs doing the "dinosaur dance"

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 …

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Registration for 2020 travel study program now available

General view of pyramids and cityskape from the Giza Plateau (on front side:)

Idabel, OK (April 9, 2019)—Henry Moy, Director of Museum of the Red River, will lead a ten-day study abroad program to Egypt in 2020. The trip includes visits to the country’s most recognizable landmarks and a cruise down the Nile. Moy noted that travelers will receive “unprecedented access” to recently opened sites. A deposit of …

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Choctaw artist holds flute-making workshop at the Museum of the Red River

native American Flute

Idabel, OK (March 7, 2019)—Presley Byington will lead a flute-making workshop on March 23, from 10 am to 3:00 pm. Byington is an accomplished Choctaw dancer, flutist, and flute maker. The class will break at noon for a potluck lunch and resume at 1:00 pm. The workshop is capped at 10 people and cost $45. …

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Over forty native American cradles now on display at the Museum of the Red River

Woman looking a native American cradle

Idabel, OK (February 13, 2019)—The Museum of the Red River’s latest exhibit, Native American Cradles, is now open. The show features a range of cradles from most of North America. According to Museum curator Daniel Vick, “cradles are one of the most striking symbols of native American childhood”. He noted that they were made “only …

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