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Does your family have a story? History is about families and their stories from the past. Come celebrate ‘family stories’ from today and yesterday in our community at the MAG’s 2020 family day event! Enjoy a storytelling performance by Red Deerian Michael Dawe, take a fun and playful instant photo of your family with twitchybooth! that you can take home as a memento, participate in family-friendly art activities and games, music, and leave your mark on a collaborative art project for families, on our giant "This Is Us" tree in our studio to showcase the families of Red Deer (this collaborative tree will be on display for a short time period after the event); plus enjoy cake and beverages! Free to attend; donations are welcome. Share your family’s event experience with us through Instagram and Facebook Stories #RDMAGFamilyDay on Family Day! Thank you to our sponsor Servus Credit Union for supporting this year's family day event at the MAG! LIST OF ACTIVITIES In our Stewart Discovery Studio: Food - Enjoy cake and light refreshments! Art activity - "Family Tree" - Take a leaf and leave your family's mark on our Red Deer Family tree! Exhibit Galleries: Instant Photo Station - Take a family portrait in the twitchybooth! photo station and instantly print a 4x6 photo. Craft - "Picture Frame" Decorate a picture frame to put your twitchybooth family photo in to hang up at home as a memento! Games - "Bowling for Beavers" - Yes it is true, we are bowling… for beavers inside the museum. If you think you can bowl you should try your hand at this game. Entertainment - Storytelling - Join Red Deerian Michael Dawe for some stories of Red Deer's past!
|February 17, 2020||1:00 pm - 4:00 pm|
Red Deer Museum & Art Gallery