Penticton Museum & Archives launches “Crafter-noon” events for Saturdays over the next few months

'Crafternoons' for family fun

Keeping little hands busy and creative minds working, the Penticton Museum & Archives has launched 'Crafternoons' at the Museum to run throughout January, February and March.

Family bubbles are invited to sign up and come make crafts in the afternoon every second Saturday.

The activities designed for ages six years to adults, although children under six are also welcome but will need adult support. All materials supplied by the museum.

The cost is by donation and to maintain proper Covid-19 protocols, groups need to pre-register for the 30 minute time slots available between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Family groups are limited to maximum of six people.

While this Saturday’s (Jan. 23) activity slots are all booked up, the museum is looking into offering take-home kits.

The bi-weekly craft pans details are as follows:

  • Jan. 23 - Paper Lanterns
  • Feb. 6 - Stick Heart Art
  • Feb. 20 - Nature Weaving & Cone Bees
  • Mar. 6 - Backyard Bird Guide
  • Mar. 20 - Fairy Homes

Register by phone at 250-490-2454 or send an email to [email protected]

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