Marilyn Scott-Waters, a guest artist back by popular demand, led a class of parents and children through our Paper Toy Making Workshop. They made tiny “fairy” books, colorful butterflies, koi kites, stars to decorate any number of things, and so much more.
In another classroom people decorated gingerbread doghouses for Snoopy. This class is so popular that we do it every holiday season, often several times. This is the beginning of a holiday season that will see lots of activities for children and parents at the Museum. It is wonderful to see, and it makes me feel that the Museum is truly fulfilling a community role. You can read more and see photos on our local newspaper’s web site, The Press Democrat.