Three WILDKids Cook! Camps announced for this fall

We are delighted to invite your children and teens ages 8 and up to register and join us for WILDKids Cook! October 5, October 19, and November 16 from 2:00-4:00 PM. Faith Anaya from Kids Cook! Arkansas will be sharing some creative recipes that will give your WILDKid hands on experience in the kitchen. Space is limited to only 12 students for each class, so please register here today to ensure your child’s participation. 

For more information, view our Classes and Camps page.

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Artist Kay Thomas Visits Roberts Elementary

Teaching artist Kay Thomas spent last week working with third graders at Roberts Elementary. She worked with the children in the art of puppetry, exercising their creative talents in building puppets out of various materials. Thomas incorporated language arts and character building skills by recognizing and identifying various character traits and themes of community.

Thomas, a native of Texarkana is in her second year as a teaching artist in Wildwood’s Arts in Education program. To learn more about the Arts in Education program, click here.


Zinse Agginie is the first Arts in Education Artist of the Year

Zinse Agginie, an artists specializing in African drumming and storytelling is in residence at Robinson Elementary this week where he will work with grads K-2nd.

Zinse will work with children to learn ancient African myths such as the stories of Anansi and the Eagle in the Moon. He also gives them a hands-on chance to learn about music and rhythm while playing traditional African drums.

Zinse will continue his work in Wildwood’s Arts in Education program next week at Baker Elementary.

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House Concert featuring Aarun Carter and Jonathan Trawick – Sep. 17!

Join us on September 17 for an intimate House Concert featuring Aarun Carter and Jonathan Trawick.

Tickets for the concert are a suggested donation of $15, and refreshments, including beer and wine, will be sold.