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Terrific Toddler Tuesday EARTH DAY ART
Exhibit | Showcase
Date: April 22, 2014
Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Location: Show map
Gaston County Museum of Art & History
131 West Main Street
Dallas, NC 28034

Contact: Jason Luker
Phone: 704-922-7681 x 105
Email: Jason.luker@gastongov.com
Site: www.gastoncountymuseum.org


Recycling never looked so good. Come learn some fun ways to take recycle materials and turn them into wonderful works of art. Each child will make their own unique item to take home with them.
 
Programs vary each month (always occurring on the 4th Tuesday) but relate back to art or history and may include a story, art project, craft, song, or tour of a part of the museum.

Parental supervision is required.

Admission: $2 per participating child (FREE for Museum Members)
 
Gaston County Museum of Art & History, Dallas, North Carolina – 131 West Main Street, Dallas, NC 28034 – The Gaston County Museum is located near Gastonia, North Carolina on the square in historic Dallas.  The museum is housed in an 1852 brick Greek Revival style hotel that has been adapted for visitors and travelers of today.




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