The WondeRoom is a free, dedicated space filled with experiential, hands-on, family-friendly activities that inspire creativity through design based problem solving challenges. Activities in the WondeRoom are inter-generational and require children and their grown-ups to work together! We prefer that younger participants come from noon – 2 pm and older children from 2 – 4 pm, but all are welcome!
Chinese New Year
Sunday, January 20 from noon – 4 pm
The Chinese festival marking the start of the new year, begins on the second new moon after the winter solstice (February 5) and ending on the full moon fifteen days later. Celebrate the year of the pig with this activity is led by members of the 4H Lucky Clover Club.
Sunday, February 3 from noon – 4 pm
Mardi Gras is only two days away and you have nothing to wear? Never fear – the WondeRoom is here! Learn how to make your own mask out of the most fanciful supplies around, from feathers and sequins to recycled materials like bottle caps and egg cartons.
Sunday, February 17 from noon – 4 pm
Superhero Sunday! Learn how to draw your own avatar (a cartoon version of yourself). Are you a good superhero or a villain? The choice is yours! Teenaged activity leaders from the Lucky Clovers 4H Club will show us how to turn ourselves into superheros.
Color Your Community – Coloring
Sunday, March 3 from noon – 4 pm
Be a part of Color Your Community, a giant mural created by the community. After you take a selfie with your phone, we will print your portrait, hang it in the Exhibit Hall and you will color your own picture. Grownups and children are all welcome to be a part of this exhibit!
Sunday, March 17 from noon – 4 pm
What happens when you combine paint and serendipity? The answer is art! During this activity, led by members of the Lucky Clover 4H Club, aspiring artists will try their hands at Stencil Splatter and experiment with different painting techniques.