Ormond Memorial Art Museum’s in-person Free Family Art Night returns!
Written by Kristen Schmutz
Belden Communications News
The Ormond Memorial Art Museum (OMAM) is welcoming families back to its Free Family Art Night, which returns Friday, September 3, at a new temporary location between 6:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. to make a creative wall hanging out of colorful recycled materials. The event is free, and participants will have their art supplies provided.
According to a release, with construction currently ongoing at the museum, the art event will be held across the street at the St. James Episcopal Church Parish Hall on Halifax Drive in Ormond Beach. All participants, including those who have received a vaccination, will have to wear a mask while inside the building. The capacity for the event will be limited when necessary, and hand sanitizer will be available.
“We are thankful to the St. James staff for providing this wonderful space so we can come together to create with our community again,” said Amber Green, OMAM’s Manager of Marketing & Online Programs. “We enjoyed using this room during summer camp because it allows us to keep socially distanced workstations while still feeling super connected to everyone in attendance.”
According to a release, with construction currently ongoing at the museum, the program will be held across the street at the Parish Hall at St. James Episcopal Church on Halifax Drive in Ormond Beach.