, 2023-01-18 19:08:00,
Submitted by the Karchner Museum and Arts and Culture Centre.
The Karshner Museum celebrates National Hat Day with a hat contest, hat exhibition, and a performance from the Book-It Theater performing “Tiara’s Hat Parade.”
The Karchner Museum and Arts Center celebrates National Hat Day throughout January and a bit into February as well. Here are some fun activities and ways your family can be a part of them. On January 21, 2023 we will hold a Hat parade. Everyone is welcome to participate in 1:00 PM, bring your funny hat, big hat, and your favorite hat, and win prizes! The museum also sponsors a hat contest for handmade hats. Museum art supplies are available to make this adorable hat, then enter the hat in the “Hat Contest!” The deadline for entries is February 9, 2023. Family night on Tuesday February 7 from 4-7pm is another day to pick up art supplies and make a hat.
The new exhibition at the Karchner Museum also includes hats from around the world and throughout history as well as hats on loan from members of the community. Hats hats hats! Hats from the late 19th through 20th centuries, and include oddities such as an Ecuadorian headdress made of monkey bones, macaw beaks, and bird feathers, or a German helmet from World War I, Native American hats, and early men’s hats such as a top hat, fedora and bowler are also on display. Fashionable women’s hats from different decades.
Finally, on February 11th,…
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