Family Fun Day: From My Head, To-Ma-Toes!

  • Sunday, June 11
  • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM MT
  • Santa Fe, NM

Join us to celebrate the art of gardening through a variety of hands-on artmaking, creative activities, and story time in our very own Research Center Garden!  

Georgia O’Keeffe loved to garden. She would grow everything from beautiful flowers to grand apricot trees to delicious vegetables! The fruits and vegetables that O’Keeffe grew in her garden would then make their way to the meals she would prepare in her kitchen. In many countries and cultures, designing beautiful gardens is treated as a fine art. In Japan, for instance, Zen monks created Japanese gardens. In Europe in the 1700s, kings and queens had formal gardens built. Join us to celebrate the art of gardening through a variety of hands-on artmaking, creative activities, and story time in our very own Research Center Garden!  

Schedule of Activities 

  • Art-Making with the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum: 11AM – 3PM 
  • i-Spy in the Galleries: 11AM – 3PM 
  • Creative Activities with the Santa Fe Children’s Museum: 11AM – 1PM 
  • Animal Ambassadors in the Garden with the New Mexico Wildlife Center: 12PM – 1PM 
  • Story Time in the Garden: 1PM – 2PM  

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 Education Annex (located at 123 Grant Ave) when you arrive to receive your day pass, campus map, and schedule of activities for the day.

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

Santa Fe Children’s Museum
1050 Old Pecos Trail
Logo of the Santa Fe Public Library
Santa Fe Public Library
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New Mexico Wildlife Center
19 Wheat Street, Espanola, New Mexico 87532 [email protected]

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