River Hills — The Lynden Sculpture Garden will hold its seventh annual winter carnival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28.
Winter activities include outdoor art-making, scavenger hunts, nature hikes, a costume parade, ice bocce ball, painting the pond with water-based dye, creating snow creatures with nature-based accessories, creating dip candles and constructing small sculptures using pre-fired ceramic pieces, wet clay and found objects from around the grounds. Weather permitting, participants can also ice skate, cross country ski and snowshoe.
The featured artist, Miguel Ramierz, will showcase his interactive interpretation of an outdoor mini-golf course. Artists Pat Hidson and Tori Tasch will teach the art of pressure printing, a process of creating artistic prints of leaves or pine springs using a flexible printing plate and oil-based ink. The Little Havana Express food truck will be serving Cuban cuisine from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Artists Pat Hidson and Tori Tasch will teach the art of pressure printing, a process of creating artistic prints of leaves or pine springs using a flexible printing plate and oil-based ink.
The sculpture garden is located at 2145 W. Brown Deer Road. Admission to the winter carnival is free to members or with admission to the sculpture garden. Admission is $9 for adults, or $7 for seniors, students and children. Children under 6 are admitted free or charge. Family passes for nonmembers are available for $20.