The Museum of Work and Culture Offers Free Therapist-led Art and Music Activities

The virtual bi-weekly sessions are geared towards children and teens with sensory sensitivities.

Photo from Museum of Work and Culture Preservation Foundation Facebook Page.

The Museum of Work and Culture is launching a bi-weekly virtual event called Therapeutic Tuesdays beginning July 14 at 9:30 a.m. This free program provides families with access to therapist-led art and music activities for children and teens with sensory sensitivities. The program is available on the museum’s Facebook page where it will be live streamed every other week.

The events on July 14 and August 11 are music related and will give kids the opportunity to play percussion and string instruments. Meanwhile, the July 28 event is art related and allows participants to create framed art with flowers and plants. During the activities, kiddos will be able to interact with therapists by making comments and asking questions. Each broadcast will be recorded for those who are unable to view the live stream version, and those who register in advance can pick up activity materials at the museum via curbside pickup. To register, email mowc@rihs.org.

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