A Gnome’s Eye View

small wooden gnome, carved by David Tuttle, in foreground, with railing of Museum's wooden bridge and the Museum entrance visible in background.

Get down on the forest floor and imagine the world from the height of a gnome, a mouse, or a junco. Explore sounds, scents, and colors up close and tiny. Make a wee home for something! Are your neighbors beetles, spiders, shrews?

We’ll have hand lenses, sketchpaper, pencils if you don’t. We’ll explore our small spaces and share our discoveries.

Great for anyone feeling creative, flexible, curious.
About 1 hour

Max: 8 people
Masks: recommended within 6′ of each other.
Meet at the Museum’s front door, by the wingspan banner.

Suggested donation: $5