Festival of Trees Winner’s Announced

Idabel, OK (December 19, 2017)— The festival is a yearly celebration of community involvement and Christmas spirit. Businesses, nonprofits, and other groups are encouraged to submit a tree to the festival. Entries are judged for their creativity and overall aesthetics. Christina Eastep, Acting Head of Programs, said, “our goal is to highlight the wonderful organizations …

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Create a one-a-kind “stocking stuffer” at the Museum of the Red River on December 9

Idabel, OK (November 29, 2017)—Native American artist Greg Bohanan will led a beading workshop at the Museum on December 9th, from 10 am to 3 pm. Participants will use the gourd stitch—a winding, brick-like pattern—to create a keychain. Christina Eastep, Acting Head of Programs, noted that “Mr. Bohanan has led many successful workshops…having such a …

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Museum holds annual Festival of Trees show

A close up of a christmas tree

Idabel, OK (November 1, 2017)—The Museum of the Red River invites local businesses and civic organizations to celebrate Christmas and community involvement with Festival of Trees show. The festival will be open to the public November 27th to December 31st. Local schools, civic groups, businesses and other organizations can help turn the Museum into a winter …

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As culturas Amazônicas exhibit: October 17 – January 14

Amazon Exhibit, October 2017

Idabel, OK (October 18, 2017)—The Museum will showcase parts of its Amazon collection, one of the best in the United States, in its new exhibit, As culturas Amazônicas. The show represents 37 different groups and contains over 100 objects from the Museum’s South American collection and. Additional objects were provided by Michael and Jeanne Bernstein …

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