The Greater Southwest Historical Museum continues its Kid’s Craft program at the museum this month with crafts relating to Oklahoma wildlife.


The Greater Southwest Historical Museum continues its Kid’s Craft program at the museum this month with crafts relating to Oklahoma wildlife.

 

Crafts for February will focus on birds and the many varieties found in Oklahoma.

 

The program is designed for elementary school-aged children and is open to the public, as well as any organized children’s group.

 

This month’s Kids Craft will be from 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Children can come anytime during the scheduled period to make their creations.

 

Cost for the program is $1 per child or free for members of the museum.

 

A different variety of Oklahoma wildlife will be featured at each monthly Kid’s Craft event.
A list of each month’s crafts including dates can be found on the museum’s Web site at www.gshm.org.

 

Kid’s Craft is a great opportunity for families looking for something fun and educational to do together.

 

The museum does request that parents remain at the museum while their children complete their crafts.

 

To ask questions, contact the museum at (580) 226-3857 or gshm@cableone.net. The Greater Southwest Historical Museum is located at 35 Sunset Drive in Ardmore.