Every week is a new adventure at the Cayton. Kids learn new skills, create, and grow, all while they are immersed in play.
Activities are drop-in and free for members and museum visitors.
Updated Program Times
Art Studio: 10AM-12PM and 2-4:30PM
Storytime (every Thursday): 11:00AM
Programs: 11AM and 3PM
This Week's Activities
Wednesday, December 6
Squish to De-Stress
Transform into real-life superheroes of creativity by crafting scrapbooks for loved ones. A perfect gift to save and share special memories!
Get ready for stress-relief magic! Craft your own stress balls while boosting fine motor skills and exploring creative uses of materials!
Thursday, December 7
Dive into the inspiring world of 'How to Make a Better World: For Every Kid Who Wants to Make a Difference' by Keilly Swift, and explore ways to make a positive impact, like recycling! Then, let your creativity get crafty, turning recyclable materials into awesome pieces of art!
Let the rhythm take over! Explore instruments like sticks, drums, and rainbow bells, playing along to the beat of a diverse range of music!
Friday, December 8
Join the rhythmic adventure of mindful movement with calming body warm-ups and stretches, synced to the beat of music. More than just moving to the rhythm—it's a way to improve your balance and motor skills!
Journey into a snowy adventure with a winter wonderland sensory exploration! Discover new textures, engage with arctic animals and boost fine motor skills using cool tools like scoopers and tweezers.
Saturday, December 9
Watch as the dancers warm up and share insights on workouts, costumes and pointe shoes. After, enjoy short performances from "The Nutcracker," topped off with an invitation to join a mini dance class!
Deck the halls with creativity! Craft your very own festive gingerbread houses using recyclable materials.
Sunday, December 10
Leave Your Mark!
Share the joy of reading during the holiday season and craft bookmarks! Perfect to gift to a friend and spread holiday cheer!
Capture the magic of the season! Join us in drawing portraits of friends and family amidst a snowy winter wonderland on the mirrors of our Reflect On exhibit.