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By Amy Carney: Sheldon Jackson Museum Youth Paper Doll Art Activity
Join us at the Sheldon Jackson Museum for paper doll making and coloring on Saturday, January 11 at 10am. During this program, children will cut out and color paper doll figures and traditional Alaska Native clothing for their dolls. Traditional Alaska Native outfits to choose from will include an Unangan (Aleut) gut parka, an Inupiaq parka, a Yup’ik parka, and an Athabascan Chief’s Jacket, and a Tlingit button robe and spruce root hat. This program is free and open to all ages, but best for children 4-10 years old. Parents should call (907) 747-8981 to register their children in advance.
The Sheldon Jackson Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10am until 4pm. Admission will be waived for the January 11th program. For more information, call (907) 747-8981.