February at the Massillon Museum

…continues through March 4
Studio M Exhibition:  Chris Muller Presents a Photographic Collection, Year of Chris
…continuing permanent collection exhibitions
Massillon Tiger Football Gallery in Memory of Paul L. David:  The Paul Brown Era
Massillon in the War of the Rebellion:  Dwight Jarvis and the 13th OVI
Photography Gallery:  Historic Fourth Street
The Immel Circus
New Acquisitions
Lower Level Display:  Civil War: 104th OVI mascot, Harvey the dog
Lower Level Display:  Tattoo display from Art Bomb Tattoos in Massillon
Saturday, February 4
Do the Mu!  Your New Look!
Noon to 2:00 pm  –  Free / No reservations  –  All ages
Join in any time during the two hours for this monthly activity time
Tuesday, February 7
History Discussion Group:  “Parks at Home and on Vacation”
10:00 am to Noon  –  Free / Public / No reservations  –  Coffee and sweets available for a donation
Some people attend every month, others attend when the topic interests them
Moderated by Chris Craft
Saturday, February 18
Rhythms Concert:  Valleytown
7:30 pm doors open, 8:00 pm concert
Four-piece Americana band in the intimate setting of the Museum’s main gallery
Wednesday, February 22
Open Studio Ceramics  (5 weeks)
10:00 am to 8:00 pm  –  $50 ($40 MassMu members)  –  Previous and current MassMu pottery students may register
Use the ceramics room, tools, and glazes  –  No instruction  –  Limited to 8 students  –  Register by February 17
Saturday, February 25
Dr. Sketchy Event
6:00 to 8:00 pm Draw from a live model  –  8:00 to 9:00 pm Afterglow at Benders  –  $5
Timed sketching exercises  –  Works based on sketches to be included in March Studio M exhibition
Tuesday, February 28
Brown Bag Lunch:  “Kendal: 40 Years in 40 Minutes (1812–1852)”
Beth Odell, Editor of the Kendal Companion (kendalohio.com)
12:10 to 12:50 pm  –  Free / Public / No reservations  –  Seats fill early
Bring lunch  or buy sandwiches, sweets, and specialty beverages at the Chit Chat Coffee Shoppe
Enjoy complimentary coffee and cookies
Massillon Museum 
121 Lincoln Way East – Massillon, Ohio  44646
Tuesday through Saturday, 9:30 am to 5:00 pm – Sunday 2:00 to 5:00 pm
A visit to the Massillon Museum is always free
Chit Chat Coffee Shoppe
In the MassMu lobby – Free wireless
Monday through Thursday, 7:00 am to 6:00 pm
Friday, 7:00 am to 9:00 pm – Saturday, 9:00 am to 9:00 pm

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