June 5 through 8, 2017
Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Local Sponsors: Tom and Laura McDonald, Jim and Iris Bell,
Bill and Cathy Froyd Saeger, David and Charleen Hamilton,
Charles and Vasca Gilmore, Anonymous, Herzberg Hideaway Guesthouse/Lloyd and Donna Nielson, Marian Wilson Education Fund, Wanda Shelp Memorial Scholarship Fund
In recognition of the Ghost Towns and Blackfeet silkscreen tipis exhibits, the staff at the Washakie Museum and Cultural Center have planned a fun-filled summer art program for children in Kindergarten through 5th grade. Participating youth will learn silk screen printing from Artists Victoria Frisbee and Ray Bower, Jr. by creating a tipi cover that coincides with Blackfeet Indian lore. Art Education Coordinator Melissa Neylon will lead tipi and ghost town construction. In addition, Chef Katy Hayes will help students create foods related to local ghost town settlements.