SHERDS: July 2017

Children play a nonviolent version of the mesoamerican ballgame

The July – September 2017 issue of the Museum’s quarterly newsletter is now available. As always, SHERDS contains the latest news about upcoming programs, exhibits and recent acquisitions. This issue also contains the musings of two very successful “museum kids”, information about the Museum’s upcoming travel program to Oaxaca, Mexico and highlights from of our Spring …

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SHERDS: April – June 2017

The April – June issue of SHERDS is now available.  Click here to read musings from Cheryl Smallwood-Roberts, learn about Charles and Carolyn Lewis, the winners of this year’s E. “Jack” Tucker Award for Community Service and more.

Early Dino Camp registration exceeds expectations; will have waiting list

Idabel, OK (June 21, 2017)—Dino Camp is the Museum’s annual, dinosaur-themed summer program for children ages 4 to 8. This year, it runs from July 10 to July 19, 9 am to noon each day. Campers will learn about different types of dinosaurs, their eating habits and even their poop! A light, “dinosaur-themed” snack will …

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Registration is now open for the Museum of the Red River’s annual Explorer’s Camp

Idabel, OK (May 4, 2017)—This year, budding anthropologists ages 8 to 12 will explore the culture of Precolumbian West Mexico, June 19 to June 23. Campers will create yarn paintings, play the Mesoamerican ballgame, pit-fire pottery and much more. They’ll even eat traditional West Mexican food like salsa, tortillas, and popcorn. The camp is led …

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