Experience more than 150 works from Dr. Smith’s African-American Heritage Museum and Black Veterans Archive in Aurora, Illinois, most of which have not been on view since the site was disassembled in 1999. A preacher, activist, and Vietnam veteran, Dr. Smith made hundreds of sculptures of historical figures, community members, and celebrities to depict the tragedies and triumphs of the African-American experience. Photo: Dr. Charles Smith, Woman with Fancy Earrings, c. 1985–c. 1999; concrete, paint, and mixed media; 36 x 18…
A series of programs for preschool aged kids (3-5 yrs old). Sign up for one or all 4 classes. Every class will begin with with free play followed by activities that relate to the weekly themes. Nov. 15 & 22: Play! Play! Play! Jan. 10 & 17: Silly Science Jan. 31 & Feb. 7: Pint Size Picassos Feb. 28 & Mar. 6: Color ExplorerDetails
Join KidStage where all the KidStage Kids will be involved in acting exercises, theater games, and will be cast in the production of “Frozen!” Open to ages 5-12. The performance will take place at St. Mary High School in Neenah (time & date yet to be determined). Rehearsals run from Jan. 15 – March 18, 2020.Details
Looking for something to do on a NO SCHOOL day?? Students in grades 2 – 7 can come and spend the day trying new activities and hanging out with friends! Please bring a bag lunch and wear shoes that you will feel comfortable to be active in. Program is fully supervised. Dates: Jan. 31, Mar. 3, Apr. 13, and Mat 22, 2020.
Experience the acclaimed new production of the legendary musical Miss Saigon. This is the epic story of a young Vietnamese woman named Kim. In a bar run by a notorious character called The Engineer, Kim meets an American G.I. just before the fall of Saigon. That encounter will change their lives forever. This is a theatrical event you will never forget. Ages 12+. Please visit foxcitiespac.com for performance dates and times.
See colors, lines and shapes come to life with drawing. Through this exploratory class, students of all ages will be encouraged to draw with energy, invention, and freedom of expression while learning about drawing dreamlike worlds. All materials are provided. Class size is limited. This class is for all ages. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult or a sibling over the age of 12. Single admission: $10 per class ($8 for THELMA members) Family admission: $20 per…Details
See lines, shape and value come to life with pastel. Through this exploratory class, you will learn to about various approaches to drawing with pastel, discover new techniques and be encouraged to draw with invention and freedom of expression. The class is open to students of all artistic levels. All basic materials provided. Feel free to bring your own materials if you so choose. Adult class. Ages 12 to adult welcome. Instructor lead. $20 ($16 for THELMA members) ($15 for…Details
Illuminating Women is a collaboration of journalism and documentary photography. The project combines portraits of 30 inspiring women from the Fond du Lac community represented through black and white photography and biographical narratives. Laura and Juliane created this project to shine a light on exceptional women and their gifts to the community. Laura and Juliane READ MOREDetails
This empowering event is an opportunity for women of all ages to enjoy a fun relaxing day learning to create a healthy balance in their lives. Take part in wellness activities, shopping, exhibits, and listening to speakers focused on wellness that are sure to inspire and energize with tips and ideas on how to boost READ MOREDetails
Get ready to explore your inner aviator during EAA’s Family Flight Fest at the EAA Aviation Museum featuring Skiplane Fly-in and Family Flight Fest. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., kids and adults of all ages are invited to join us for a series of hands-on activities, interactive exhibits, and special events that will educate READ MOREDetails
Artwork and artifacts will give off a strange glow under ultraviolet light at the Paper Discovery Center. Why do some things react to black light while others do not? Learn the science behind this, see funky art glowing and make your own glow paper. Fun for all. Included in your admission cost.Details
A 2020 photography exhibition showcasing work from local photographers who have reimagined historical photographs from the Museum’s collection to fit today’s perception. A photographer has an eye for creating a successful photograph. The ability to see the potential for a strong picture and then organize the elements into being effective and compelling is a key READ MOREDetails