Keep Learning and Growing at the Dixon
Experience an environment that applauds personal interpretation and advances creative thought. The Dixon promotes interest in the arts and horticulture through specific programming for children, adults, and outreach groups.
Discover the numerous programs and opportunities in the information below.
We have a children's scavenger hunt for our current Jun Kaneko exhibition.
Mini Masters (ages 2-4)
Every Tuesday | 10:30 am- 11:15 am | Free for Members, $8/child for non-members
This parent-child workshop is designed for toddlers to explore, shape, texture, color, and other sensory possibilities through art making. Each Tuesday offers a fun learning experience for you and your child, which includes a story time, hands-on art activity, and snack.
Reservations Required as space is limited. Please call Tuesday at 11:30 am through the next Monday at noon. Neither day-of registration nor
unregistered participants are permitted. Reserve online.
Kaleidoscope Club (ages 5-9)
Every Wednesday | 4- 5 pm | Members Free, Non-Members $8.
Kaleidoscope Club has a perfect mix of everything the Dixon has to offer. Each week we will feature a project that encourages creativity and critical thinking. Whether it is horticulture, art, or literature, your child will surly exercise their imagination. Snack provided.
Reservations Required as space is limited. Reserve Online.
Family Studio (all ages)
First Saturday of Each Month | 10:30 am - 12:30 pm | Free
Looking for something new and fun to do with the family on Saturday morning? Drop in at the Dixon for Family Studio, where families can create magnificent works of art, play a game, solve a puzzle, or explore the world of art through children's books. Each month highlights a different work of art from one of our exhibitions or the gardens.
Celebrate the Dixon’s exhibitions with your family! Join us for arts and crafts, music, refreshments, games, tours, dress up, and more. Best of all, Family Day is free. Check out the Dixon's calendar for upcoming dates.
Children’s workshops are offered
each quarter. With a variety of media and guest instructors, these workshops spark creativity and encourage specific skills. Workshops are typically held on
Saturdays and take place in the galleries or gardens. All supplies and snacks
are included. Reservations are required and members get special discounts. Ages