A free, drop-in summer art program at the Cable Natural History Museum’s Wayside Wandering Natural Play Area is engaging artists of all ages and abilities this summer.
Through Aug. 10, families can join local artist Donna Post for The Art of Natural Play on Friday and Saturday mornings from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Post enjoys using natural materials and encourages kids to get out exploring whenever possible.
The Wayside Wanderings Natural Play Area is open all year to families who have signed risk waivers at the Museum or at the on-site kiosk. It’s located at 43135 Randysek Road in Cable. Several forest paths link a treehouse, slide, cargo net spider web, Salamander Room reading nook, Stairway to the Sky, and Fairy Village. During the summer, picnic tables and a Porta Potty are available on-site.