Children from the ages of 4 to 12 enjoyed building structures in a fun creative way on Thursday morning.
The kids could design landscapes and structures based on the new exhibit at the Humboldt and district gallery. The exhibit consists of paintings from Saskatchewan architecture by Paige Mortenson, and Sculptures by Jess Richter. Katelyn Roughly, Cultural programer with museum and gallery said they 13 kids for the program.
"I think also the little competition to build the tallest or highest sculpture, it was just a really great opportunity to work as a team and they had a lot of fun doing it and heard a lot of giggling," Roughly stated was one of the highlights throughout the day.
Participants were split into groups to work as a team and build the strongest structure. The winners of the contest won a small prize and were able to create bubble blowers as well.
The museum and gallery are still holding events throughout the remainder of the summer season such as the water tower tours, exhibitions are coming through town, and new exhibits are available at both the museum and gallery.