The Morton Museum offers a variety of educational programming for children and adults. Check here and on our calendar for information on current and upcoming programs.
Click here to view a summary of our programs by age group.
Spotlight Saturdays shine light on a different historical topic one Saturday a month through crafts, demonstrations, living history, and community resources. Our Spotlight Saturdays can be enjoyed by the whole family and are always FREE! View our website calendar or Facebook page for the next scheduled Spotlight event.
Pre-school Story Time
Every Friday at 10:30am you can bring the little ones to the Museum for stories, songs, craft, and play.
Lunch n' Learn series, 2nd & 4th Thursday, 11am-1pm (January-October)
Pack a lunch and we will provide the rest! Our Lunch n' Learn series offer workshops to discover and discuss history, art, and other topics on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. This program is FREE and all materials are provided by the Museum, all we ask is that you bring your lunch; drink and dessert provided.
Painting Classes with Sue Foell
Typically 5 or 6 week sessions taught by experienced artist and instructor Sue Foell.
Sue teaches adult students of all skill levels Still Life Oil Painting (Basic Oil Painting) and Portrait Painting from Photographs.
Group Tours & Field Trips
School or field trips or Group tours can be arranged by contacting the Museum.
Field Trips: The Morton Museum offers field trip options for 3rd, 5th, and 8th grade. View our current Educator Guide for details or contact the Museum. Expert community volunteers make our field trips possible so please allow adequate time to organize your visit.
Group Tours: The Morton Museum group tours include a guided tour of the Museum's permanent and temporary exhibits. Visits can be tailored to the interests of the group. Talks and hands-on activities can be arranged for your tour by request. View our 2017 Exhibition Guide for this year's exhibit schedule.