The Fullerton Museum Center was set to hold a Spring Break Arts Conservatory during the last week of March, where kids could participate in beginning-level art and music camps.
Unfortunately, the museum has cancelled this year’s spring break program because of low enrollment numbers.
The Museum Center offers a number of other programs where children in grades 1-9 can find new, creative outlets by participating in guitar lessons and various art classes.
Wednesday Art Studio classes are held in three-week sessions and give kids a chance to explore the ancient cultures of Greece, Egypt, China and Europe through art.
The next session of Wednesday Art Studio classes will run from April 5 to April 26. These classes will be held from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and are open to children in grades 1-6.
During the summer, the museum will also be offering art and music programs, including a “Camp Da Vinci” that will focus specifically on the contributions Leonardo Da Vinci made to both art and science.