Bigger Sky Kids’ arts program meets after-school on regular school days from 4 to 5:45 pm. Classes and activities alike meet in the education center at First Lutheran Church, 415 Johnson Street, Wolf Point, Montana.
B!SK’s program for the 2020–21 academic term started up on a limited basis in January 2021. All participants must agree to observe strict Covid-19 protocols—social-distancing, mask-wearing and frequent hand-washing.
Bigger Sky Kids welcomes children from grades 4 through 8.
Our program is free to participating families.
There are no ethnic, gender, means or other tests for participation.
Families wishing to enroll their children in Bigger Sky Kids program must submit a completed registration form before their children may attend.
A free-ranging gathering in the auditorium, art exploration is designed to let students move between activities such as drawing, painting (tempera and watercolors), Legos, Picasso Tiles and other hands-on building toys. Also doing puzzles, playing board games, reading, journaling, crocheting and more.
All registered children may participate.
No additional sign-up is required.
Classes typically meet once a week from 4:30 to 5:45 pm and may include visual arts, computer arts, cooking, dance, drama, music and more, as resources permit.
Students wishing to take a class must submit an enrollment request.
Participation is on a first-come, first-served basis.
The following classes are currently in session. In compliance with Covid-19 social-distancing protocols, all have limited enrollments.
Studio Mastery for Beginning & Intermediate Artists, with Cathryn McIntyre
Nakoda Dance, Stories and Their History, with Winona Runsabove
Music for dedicated learners, with Bridget Drummond
Computer Artistry, with Diane Bailey
Fine & Visual Art Projects Galore
with Bridget Drummond & Vivian Shultz
with Barbara Olson
with Diane Bailey
with Dezi Adams
Creative Cooking & Baking
with Connie Bridges & JoAnn Hanks
Sept 18 thru Nov 20 only
Introduction to Drawing & Painting
with Cathryn Reitler McIntyre
Artist-in-Community With support from the Montana Arts Council