If cold temperatures have you seeking ways to keep your kids entertained indoors, we are pleased to suggest the following venues that provide fun ways to get creative!
Paint Your Art Out
10 South Broadway, Edmond
Why we love it: Paint Your Art Out offers children’s art times, birthday parties and group painting events, perfect for sports teams, scout troops and family night. With step-by-step instruction, every one can embrace their inner artist! Find a full schedule of events and register online.
Be Wild for Art
209 24th Avenue NW, Norman
Why we love it: Kids can let their creative juices flow by selecting and painting their own pottery, or explore the art of glass fusing. Single and multi-week classes are offered for students and homeschoolers interested in exploring art and special art camps are offered throughout the year. See website for open paint times and class schedules.
Drop-in Art at the OKC Museum of Art
415 Couch Drive, OKC
Why we love it: Every Saturday from 1:00–4:00pm, the museum offers an artist-led creative activity for families to create and take home. These activities change weekly and are free with paid museum admission. Plus, the museum offers free Family Days periodically that offer free admssion and an array of entertainment and opportunities to get creative. (Receive a free child’s admission with a MetroFamily’s Kids Pass, available at www.metrofamilymagazine.com/kids-pass.)
575 Enterprise Drive, Edmond
Why we love it: Unpluggits’ Paint ‘n Play for kids ages 18 months to 10 years allows them to get creative with self-guided pottery painting, chalk tables, stamping and stenciling and then burn off excess energy in the double-decker indoor playground. (Receive $1 off admission with a MetroFamily’s Kids Pass, available at www.metrofamilymagazine.com/kids-pass. )
Paint N’ Station
7906 North May Avenue, OKC
Why we love it: Kids of all ages can get creative painting their own pottery from the studio’s supply of stencils, stamps, sponges and more. (Receive $5 off a $25 purchase with a MetroFamily’s Kids Pass, available at www.metrofamilymagazine.com/kids-pass.)