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Sunday, April 21st
  1 pm to 4 pm

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Discover the variety of programs waiting for you!

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Saturday, April 6th at 11 AM
Meet Tessa


 

in our new program Animal Encounters

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March 26th-April 6th
Clay
Mushroom
Program


 

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Field Trip Forecast

  • Tuesday, April 23rd:  10:30 am - 1:30 pm

  • Wednesday, April 24th:  11 am - 1 pm

  • Thursday, April 25th: 12 pm - 2 pm

  • Friday, April 26th: 10:30 am -12:30 pm

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Medford Sneak Preview 2022 & 2023

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Programs
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Clay Pricing

Clay Pricing 

½ Pound = $6.00

1 Pound = $12.00


Add - on

½ Pound + Firing/Glaze Add-on = $12.00

1 Pound + Firing/Glaze Add-on = $24.00

 

Add-on: Includes 2 Firings and 1 Glazing. The Add-on requires you to come in 2 more times: the 1st time for glazing and then the 2nd time for pickup. It is a 2 week process before you get to take your item(s) home.

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Saturday, Feb 10th
10 am- 5 pm

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Explore Featured Programs

Our programs are designed to maximize learning and fun, while also helping to foster a love of exploration and creativity.

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BUGS-R-US is coming

Saturday, May 4th at 11 am

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MONDAY

 

President's Day, Feb 19th 
The Museum will be open

What's Happening

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Saturday, Feb 10th
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Once-A-Month Program

1st Saturday of the month

11:00 am- 11:30 am

Join us to meet a different animal each month.
This Saturday, say hello to Duke, a sulcata tortoise who is eager to meet you!

Explore the
Museum

Discover the fun waiting for you!

The Children's Museum of Southern Oregon Soft Start Saturdays

Soft Start
Saturdays

2nd and 4th Saturday
9 am-10 am

Lower Capacity &
Quieter Environment

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Animal Encounters

Once-A-Month Program

1st Saturday of the month

11:00 am- 11:30 am

Join us to meet a different animal each month.
This Saturday, say hello to Duke, a sulcata tortoise who is eager to meet you!

Our community needs what we offer – and we can only do it with your support

Your tax-deductible donation today will leave a

lasting legacy in our community!

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Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
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Celebration of Asian & Pacific Islander

Heritage Month

The Children's Museum is teaming up with the Southern Oregon Chinese Cultural Association & Hula O Nuku ‘Āina, to host a fun-filled event on May 19th from noon to 5 PM to celebrate Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.  Enjoy this event with museum admission or membership.

Please note that the listed prices are monthly installments that go toward the yearly cost. The installments are distributed over a ten-month period. The payments are due on the 1st of every month starting September 1st and the final payment is due June 1st.

Sunday, May 19th

12 pm-5 pm

Museum admission or membership required>

  • Lion Dance Performance: 1 pm

  • ‘Kahiko (Ancient) Hula’ Performance followed by a hands-on demonstration for the kids: 2 pm

  • ‘Auana (Modern) Hula and Tahitian and Maori’ Performance: 4 pm

  • Ukulele class: 3 PM

  • Year of the Dragon Crafts

  • Cooking demonstrations and treats

  • Special Clay Projects

SOCCA’s mission is to sponsor educational and cultural events in Southern Oregon that showcase Chinese culture and traditions.

Hula O Nuku ‘Āina

(A Passage in the Land) mission is to share the hula experience throughout the Rogue Valley for enjoyment, education and the support of cultural diversity.

This event has been funded in part by a grant from:

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The Clay Studio at the Annex:

The Clay Studio at the Annex is open to guests with museum admission or museum membership. See our various clay experiences:
 

Open Studio

  • Walk-in

  • Paint bisque

  • Take home clay designs

  • Free clay play: Explore with clay

Workshop

  • Purchase necessary

  • Instructor-led

  • Arrive on time for the Workshop for ample project time.

  • Take home the completed piece

  • 2-part Workshop

-Purchase the add-on (2 Firings/1 Glazing)

-Must come 2 more times (to paint and pick-up)

Program

  • Free

  • Instructor-led

  • Arrive on time for the Program for ample project time.

Check out our Calendar to see our current Clay programs

at the Annex.

Open Studio

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  • Walk-in

  • Paint bisque

  • Take home clay designs

  • Free clay play: Explore with clay

Our Dedicated

Board Members

Alicia Welder, MD, President

Katie Larsen, Vice President

Amanda Olson, Secretary

Andy Batzer

Eric Dames

Sally Densmore

Mindy Folsom

Jeremy Markiewicz

Maggie Mayers

PLAY IT FORWARD CAPITAL CAMPAIGN

We are so grateful for the support of our generous contributors.

Your support inspires children to imagine and learn through play!

Level 1

The City of Medford

The State of Oregon

US Dept of Housing & Urban Development

Level 2

Hennion Family Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation

Carrico Family Foundation

Oregon Community Foundation

Portland Children's Museum

Roundhouse Foundation

Wanda Olsrud

Lowe's Medford

AllCare, Inc.

Level 3

Harris & Myrtle Dalbec Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation

Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Mercy Flights

Level 4

Andy & Annette Batzer

Ben B. Cheney Foundation

Blum Family Foundation

Collins Foundation

Eric & Carissa Dames

Michael & Mary Strizzi

Medford Women's Clinic

DeArmond Family Foundation

Joseph Weston Public Foundation

Marie Lamfrom Foundation

 

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Level 5

Carpenter Foundation

Jeffrey & Alicia Welder

Lyn Hennion & Alex Bellen

Avista Foundation

Casey Woodard Charitable Foundation

Dr. Mujahid Rizvi

Joe & Frances Naumes Family Foundation

JTMF Foundation

Kinderman Cutburth Family

Chris & Michelle Atkinson

Joe & Carol Neil

Southern Oregon Pediatrics

Robert & Frances Chaney Family Foundation

Steven & Melanie Olsrud

Outlier Construction

JB Steel

Dan and Lisa O'Connor

Central Point Family Dentistry

Robert & Frances Chaney Family Foundation

In honor of Nancy Van Anne

Richard & Sharon Schaefer

Kathryn & Barry Thalden, Thalden Foundation

Sally and Al Densmore

Medford Radiology Group

Suzi and Bob Given

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