Third Saturdays

Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

June 15, 2019 | 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Description

Visit The Aldrich for FREE the third Saturday of each month! See the latest in contemporary art and participate in a family-friendly art-making workshop in The Studio.

Family Workshop: Loud, Proud, Family Read Aloud
Readings at 10 am and 1 pm followed by art-making

10 am to 12 noon; children ages 2 to 5
1 to 3 pm; children ages 6 to 10

Come out and celebrate Pride Month at The Aldrich! Join us for a Drag Queen Story Hour, featuring Loosey Laduca. Hear two wonderful stories, then create a work of art in our Studio celebrating what we are proud of about ourselves.

All visitors are encouraged to explore Harmony Hammond’s current exhibition, an LGBTQ artist and activist who has paved the way for equality and representation for the LGBTQ community in the art world and beyond.

NOTE: We do our best to ensure all information is accurate, however it's a good idea to visit the website or call the venue to verify the information.

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Ticket Information

This event is free of charge.

Venue

Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
258 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT 06877

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The Aldrich offers a social narrative document available on the website for visitors on the autism spectrum. For further questions, please contact the Museum.

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