Painters on the left are Dalalih Lajiness, 3 1/2, of Sylvania, left, with her mom, Tricia Lajiness, and sister Presley, almost 2. Painters on the right are, from left rear, Bella Genson, 5, of Toledo, and her mom Katie Gorg.
Painting at the Toledo Museum of Art Family Center, from left, are Dalalih Lajiness, 3 1/2, with her mother, Tricia, and sister Presley, who is almost 2.
The Lajiness family is from Sylvania. Painting on the right are Bella Genson, 5, of Toledo and her mother, Katie Gorg.
Making a drum is Lexi Lajiness.
And searching a basket for the perfect piece of ribbon is Tatum Brown, 6, of Toledo.
The Family Center offers free arts and crafts instruction and materials from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays and noon to 5:30 p.m. Sundays.
Tatum Brown, 6, of Toledo, searches through a basket for a particular piece of ribbon for her drum.
Activities are aimed at children ages 1 to 10 who are accompanied by a caregiver. Sponsored in part by The Andersons, the Family Center is near the Plough entrance at the back of the museum.
A calendar of weekly featured projects is at toledomuseum.org/learn/familycenter.
Next week’s theme is Pirates on the High Seas
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