Children will have a chance to make a pencil holder, small wall hanging or fridge magnet. We will be using yarn to create these projects along with some other materials. Programs are free. We ask that children 6 and under have a supervisor.
Come and learn the history, culture, and art of the Ojibwe culture as you creat your own shoulder bag. This project is much more than a simple coloring activity, this project serves three main purposes: Introduce Ojibwe culture, history, and arts, both past and present Honor the story of the artist who created the bag’s preprinted […]
Youth are invited to come and learn the difference between paleontology and archeology. You will get to “dig” for fossils and artifacts, make your own fossil and more. The program is free. We ask that kids 6 and under be accompanied by an adult or older responsible child for all programs. What’s the difference between […]
Help chase away bad dreams with Native American craft project. Youth are invited to craft their own unique dreamcatcher. The program is free. We ask that kids 6 and under be accompanied by an adult or older responsible child for all programs. What do dream catchers do? Purpose & Meaning of the Dream Catcher Sometimes […]
Youth are invited to come and make Flextangles at the Roseau County Museum as part of the Summer Explorers youth programming. Flextangles are a kaleidoscope type fo toy to color, craft, and play. All programs are free. We ask that children under 6 be accompanied by an adult or older child for all programs. Find the […]
Coming to Roseau! The History Theatre of St. Paul is bringing their hit musical SISTERS OF SWING: THE STORY OF THE ANDREWS SISTERS to the Roseau School Theater on Sunday, April 23 at 7:00 p.m. This musical follows sisters LaVerne, Maxene, and Patty Andrews from their start in Mound, Minnesota, through their rise as […]