Family Fun Day: Looking Closer!

  • Sunday, March 10
  • 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM MT
  • 217 JOHNSON STREET, SANTA FE, NM

Can you spy with your little eye? Come find out and collect a prize!

Georgia O’Keeffe always said, “Take time to look.” Join us on the second Sunday in March to discover what new curiosities we can find within the Galleries! Through an interactive game of “I-Spy”, see if you can find clues based on Georgia’s paintings throughout Galleries 1 – 5 and collect a prize if you find them all!

The Santa Fe Public Library will be hosting a special story time in our “Arrival” gallery from 11:00AM – 12:00PM.  

Family Fun Day is a free event for all who attend. Participating families will receive a pass for free admission into the Museum! Please visit us first in the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum lobby when you arrive to receive our schedule of activities for the day. 

The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum is proud to offer Family Fun Day! Occurring on the second Sunday of every month, this event aims to bring the community together through hands-on art-making and storytelling, as well as encouraging kids and families to take a new approach in looking at and interacting with art. This Family Fun Day is offered in partnership with the Santa Santa Fe Public Libraries.  

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Please be advised that this event may involve crowds, loud noises, or lighting effects that may be uncomfortable for people experiencing sensory sensitivities.

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