ConEd Family and Community Day: Make Your Own Beaded Suncatcher
Sat. Aug 12, 2023, 1PM - 3PM
Learn how to assemble a suncatcher using a fun variety of materials. After you design and assemble your own original suncatcher in our 18th-Century Kitchen, bring it home to brighten your environment. Suncatchers, which may have originated as an artistic creation of Native American people, are captivating to look at and can bring a sense of peace and beauty to your surroundings. We’ll have items like colorful, translucent beads, upcycled materials, objects made from metal, and materials found in nature, like shells and small sticks. You can learn about the symbolism of some of these items as you craft your own suncatcher.
This program is free and open to the public. All materials will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Masks are optional inside the Museum.