Temecula Valley Museum bringing back in-person arts & culture programs throughout the summer
TEMECULA, Calif., ─ The Temecula Valley Museum recently announced they will once again be offering in-person cultural activities and programs, with a variety of exciting Arts, Culture & Entertainment programs and a fun line-up of activities for the whole family to enjoy planned for this summer.
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Second Saturday: A Cultural Celebration
Celebrate culture with Temecula’s Second Saturday program! On the second Saturday monthly, from 11:00am – 1:00pm, the City will be honoring a different culture with food, entertainment, crafts, activities, and a free art lesson with City of Temecula Instructor Tony Moramarco of Bigfoot Art Classes.
JUL 10, 2021 CANADA
Come out and celebrate Canada while enjoying candies featured from Canada and making your own Mountie hat with the backdrop of a photo wall featuring the beautiful Banff National Park. You can also see a beaver craft celebrating the national animal of Canada while enjoying live music and a free art-lesson inspired by famous Canadian artist, Jean Paul Riopelle.
AUG 8, 2021 SPAIN
Enjoy tastes of Spanish food, a dancing doll craft and live music in the style of Spanish guitar. You can also strike a pose with a bullring photo backdrop and take a free art-lesson inspired by world-renowned Spanish artist, Pablo Picasso.
Art in the Park
The Temecula Valley Museum is excited to introduce Art in the Park! This new program inspires guests to the Temecula Valley Museum and Sam Hicks Monument Park to get in touch with their creative side! On select dates throughout July and August, staff will be outside of the museum with a free art project featuring the history and culture of Temecula Valley!
See below for dates and projects:
- JUL 17 Horse Hitching AUG 7 Hot Air Balloon
- JUL 24 Cowboy Boot AUG 14 Cubist Portrait/Dancing Doll
- JUL 31 California Poppies AUG 21 Cattle Driving
- AUG 28 Grizzly Bear
“The programs offered by the Temecula Valley Museum are educational, enlightening, and designed to reflect the rich cultural diversity of our growing community,” Temecula Mayor Maryann Edwards states. “We are very proud to share these accessible programs with our residents and visitors.”
Temecula City Council Member and Community Services District President Zak Schwank adds, “We are very fortunate to have a museum to create programming that embraces diversity and celebrates contemporary life in Temecula. We hope to see you at the Museum!”
For more information, please visit TemeculaValleyMuseum.org or call (951) 694-6450.
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