Events at Caroga Historical Association and Museum

The workshop leader, Joann Clark, will teach participants how to make jumbo potholders/ trivets with patterns available using 100% cotton loops in a multitude of colors.  The workshop is limited to 10 individuals with a $15 registration fee.  To register, mail a check, payable to the Caroga Historical Museum, to Jean Griffin, 180 Everson Road, […]

The workshop leader, Julia Butler, will teach participants how to use alcohol colors to create unique effects and transparencies.  The materials are easy to use and no prior art experience is required.   Participants will be able to create beautiful designs while having fun.  The workshop is limited to 15 individuals with a $15 registration.  To […]

A gallery opening reception is for the exhibit, “Paul Bransom: Encountering the Wild”. Bransom, a long-time summer resident of Canada Lake, was known as the Dean of American Animal Art. His work appeared on the covers of magazines like The Saturday Evening Post, The Country Gentleman, and Field & Stream and illustrated books like The […]