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  • Indigenous Peoples Day: Family Drop-in Activities

    Friday, October 8, 2021 - Monday, October 11, 2021
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Add to Calendar 10/08/2021 9:00 AM 10/11/2021 5:00 PM America/New_York Indigenous Peoples Day: Family Drop-in Activities

    mother and son look at indigenous objects with enthusiasmAll drop-in activities included with regular Museum admission – kids and teens FREE!

    Learn, discover and create art! Indigenous Peoples Day is the perfect time to bring attention to the history of our nation with Native Americans as the first inhabitants of the land. Recognizing Indigenous communities and traditions is ongoing and part of our Education programming all year long. 

    New self-guided drop-in activities will be available to families at the Museum starting October 8, while supplies last. On your visit, pick up a set of Spy, Think, Ponder art cards featuring Native American artists. Then, explore the galleries with an Art Hunt, and grab an Art on the Go: Mythical Beings project kit inspired by Abraham Anghik Ruben.

    Regular Museum admission includes these special drop-in activities this weekend only.


    Welcome Path Through History attendees to Indigenous Peoples Day at The Rockwell!

    Experience a Revolutionary War battle, discover some of our state’s and nation’s greatest natural wonders or relive some of sports’ greatest moments. From U.S. presidents to leaders of the suffrage movement to innovators in industry, technology, and art, it all happened in New York State. You can visit over 500 destinations across our great state. Choose from themes to create your own Path Through History for an experience you and your family will always remember. 

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    The Rockwell Museum, 111 Cedar Street, Corning, NY 14830

    mother and son look at indigenous objects with enthusiasmAll drop-in activities included with regular Museum admission – kids and teens FREE!

    Learn, discover and create art! Indigenous Peoples Day is the perfect time to bring attention to the history of our nation with Native Americans as the first inhabitants of the land. Recognizing Indigenous communities and traditions is ongoing and part of our Education programming all year long. 

    New self-guided drop-in activities will be available to families at the Museum starting October 8, while supplies last. On your visit, pick up a set of Spy, Think, Ponder art cards featuring Native American artists. Then, explore the galleries with an Art Hunt, and grab an Art on the Go: Mythical Beings project kit inspired by Abraham Anghik Ruben.

    Regular Museum admission includes these special drop-in activities this weekend only.


    Welcome Path Through History attendees to Indigenous Peoples Day at The Rockwell!

    Experience a Revolutionary War battle, discover some of our state’s and nation’s greatest natural wonders or relive some of sports’ greatest moments. From U.S. presidents to leaders of the suffrage movement to innovators in industry, technology, and art, it all happened in New York State. You can visit over 500 destinations across our great state. Choose from themes to create your own Path Through History for an experience you and your family will always remember. 

    learn more