Classes, Workshops, Demonstrations, and More...
Experience a variety of entertaining and educational programs, from classes and hands-on workshops to demonstrations and tastings. See program details below. Some events require advance registration. Interested in spending time in our garden? Learn about garden programs here.
To register for any of the adult classes, workshops, and demonstrations listed below, please call 800.448.3883.
Spring Museum Programs
History through Fiction Book Club
First Tuesday of every month, March through May, 10:00 am–12:00 pm
Join us for informal discussion of new and classic works of fiction that broaden our understanding of objects in the museum collection or life at Winterthur during the first half of the twentieth century. $20 per member / $30 per nonmember for the entire three-month series. Registration required by February 28. Call 800.448.3883 to register.
March 3: Sugar in the Blood by Andrea Stuart
April 7: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith
May 5: Silas Marner by George Eliot
Second Friday of every month, March through May; 1:00–3:00 pm
Reconnect with your creative side while finding your inspiration in the Winterthur collection. Each meeting features a show-and-tell about different objects in the museum or library and ample time to complete a small project to take home. Members only. $10 per person. Registration required by one week prior to each meeting.
Spring 2015 Schedule:
March 13: Local artist Kathy Holden will lead our decoration of canvas tote bags using easy fabric applique in patterns based on whimsical fraktur.
April 10: This month we're celebrating daffodils at Winterthur. Learn to make tissue paper daffodils and peonies that will stay fresh all year.
May 8: Try your hand at drawing with chalk pastels in the manner of 18th-century artist John Singleton Copley.
Upcoming Garden Workshops
Join us for one of our garden workshops—a perfect way to get energized in spring! All workshops take place in the Brown Horticulture Learning Center in the Greenhouse Area.