Programs for Children, Teens and Families

In addition to regularly scheduled Tours, the Museum offers a variety of events that are designed to enhance the experience and understanding of our younger patrons and their families.

Programs for Older Children | for children ages 10 to 13

Children's Summer Camp

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Children's Summer Camp Flyer

Every year the Museum offers a week-long, half-day, drop-off, Summer Camp program for children. This event has proven to be our most popular childrens's program year after year.


Children's Workshops

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Children's Workshops are specially designed for students ages 10-13. Workshops typically include a docent-guided tour of the gallery during which the children learn about a specific aspect of art or history. In the second part of the workshop children move to our studio classroom where instructors lead them through a creative learning activity that reinforces what they learned in the tour. All Children's Workshops require advance registration.

Animals in Art


Second Saturday | Begins June 9, 2018

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Join us the 2nd Saturday of each month @2pm for a FREE themed tour. Explore our collection through a different lens as we alternate between the following tour themes each month: Decoding the Myth of the American West and Survival in the American West.


Teen's Programs | for young adults ages 14 to 17

Teen's Workshops

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Teen's Workshop Flyer

Teen's Workshops are specially designed to engage teenagers ages 14-17 who are interested in art history and art making. Workshops include spending time with the collection and exhibits to learn about a specific aspect of art or history as well as hands-on activities in our studio classroom targeting a variety of media and artistic skills such as drawing, painting and printmaking. All Teen's Workshops require advance registration.

Learning from Artists

Make Your Own Zine

Animals in Art


Family Programs | for children and teens with an adult companion

Family Programs are designed to engage the whole family. Special upcoming family events include:

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Family Film Series

Our Family Film Series this Fall is designed for younger children and their grown up buddy/guardian. After the film, take your child into our gallery to participate in a gallery activity. FREE. Registration required.


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Family Wood Panel Wildlife Painting Workshop

FREE. Registration required.

Family Portrait Painting Workshop

FREE. Registration required.


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Family Holiday Round Up

Join us for our FREE Family Holiday Event packed with a full schedule of engaging activities!



Programs for Younger Children | for children 10 and under

Sid's Story Time

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Sid's Story Time Flyer

Each storytime features the reading of an exciting western themed story followed by a fun gallery activity. For children 3 to 8 years old and an adult companion.

Children's Summer Camp

Children's Summer Camp Flyer
Children's Summer Camp Flyer

Every year the Museum offers a week-long, half-day, drop-off, Summer Camp program for children. This event has proven to be our most popular children's program year after year.

Children's Workshops

Children's Workshop Flyer
Children's Workshop Flyer

Children's Workshops are single day, drop-off events, usually lasting approximately 2 hours. Workshops start with a docent-guided tour of the gallery during which the children learn about a specific aspect of art or history. In the second part of the workshop children move to our studio classroom where instructors lead them through a creative learning activity that reinforces what they learned in the tour. All Children's Workshops require advance registration.

Artist as Recorder


Blogs & Social Media

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Online Resources

The Museum has gathered and developed a variety of Resources to augment and support the experience of our various audiences: educators, adults, families, and children.