Wood Slice Ornament Making
Coos Bay – Coos Art Museum (CAM) is celebrating 50 years as a center of arts and culture on Oregon’s South Coast. In celebration of this significant accomplishment the Museum is hosting CAM Community Days during its 2016 Anniversary year. CAM Community Days are interactive, hands on Saturdays in the art museum. Activities include: art projects, demonstrations, collaborative activities, community building and experiences that communicate local culture through artistic expression.
Saturday, December 10th, 2016 from 11am – 3pm, will be the tenth interactive Saturday themed, “Wood slice Ornament Making.” Come help us decorate our tree. Coos Art Museum will provide the supplies needed to paint or draw on a wood slice for beautiful, rustic ornaments that you can use to decorate your tree, as a gift tag or lovely little gift. Get a little handmade into your holidays! All ages welcome and no special skills needed.
This event is open to the public. Coos Art Museum is located in downtown Coos Bay on Anderson and doors open at 11 am. Admission to the Museum is FREE for CAM Community Days thanks to the generous support of local sponsors: Grami Properties, Honda World, Century 21 Best Realty, Inc., Spotlight Country Bar & Night Club, Bay Area Rotary Club and Oregon Coast Council for the Arts.