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We Heart Art! (ages 6-10)

Mondays, September 17 - October 15, 11 am - 12 pm

Join us for a new art-based home school series that allows participants  hands-on opportunities with a variety of media. Using the museum's collections as our inspiration, students will explore portraiture and landscape painting, color theory, and kinetic sculpture in an age-appropriate, interactive manner! Children will create new works every week and our process-based environment will support creativity and self-expression for beginning and more experienced artists.

Members: $60 per child | Non-members: $70 per child

Forest Naturalists (ages 10-13)

Tuesdays, September 18 - October 16, 11 am - 12 pm

Join SM&NC education staff for a unique, hands-on forest ecology class. Each participant will be assigned a section of the forest to study. Each week the group will delve into an in-depth focus of forest ecology, such as trees, microhabitats or birds. Participant will also be responsible for weekly self-study components, such as soil or mapping, in their forest habitat that can be done anytime during the week. SM&NC education staff will provide students with guiding materials for self-study components. Limited to 12 students for a small group experience.

Members: $50 per child | Non-members: $60 per child

Wildlife Warriors (ages 6-9)

Tuesdays, September 18 - October 16, 11 am - 12 pm

Discover how to be a wildlife warrior! Learn about the animals that call our local area home and how to protect them. We'll explore different habitats to see who lives there, learn about the challenges our animals face, such as invasive species, and get to interact with local reptiles and amphibians up close. Limited to 12 students for a small group experience.

Members: $50 per child | Non-members: $60 per child

Program Information

Each program runs for five (5) weeks.

Limited enrollment for a small group experience. Prepayment required. To register, please contact Max Barresi at mbarresi@stamfordmuseum.org.

Easy Access: 
The Stamford Museum features access ramps and an accessible restroom on the Main Gallery floor. Accessible restrooms are also located on Hecksher Farm.

No dogs allowed.

Directions

39 Scofieldtown Road, Stamford, CT 06903