August Second Saturday: Mighty Mississippi
Saturday, August 10 | 10am - 5pm
Art is for everyone! Second Saturdays at MMAM offer:
$1 Admission: MMAM members and Children 4 and under are always free.
Guided Tours: 30-minute tours will be offered throughout the day.
MMAM Highlights Tour: This 30-minute orientation will introduce you to the permanent collections. 10:00AM, 12:00PM, 2:00PM, 4:00PM
Making Waves: Art Inspired by Water Tour: Join MMAM Executive Director Nicole Chamberlain-Dupree for a 30-minute tour featuring artists and artworks with special ties to water. 11:00am, 1:00pm, 3:00pm
Boat Rides with the Winona Tour Boat: Keeping with August’s theme of Mighty Mississippi, explore how artists have interpreted the river inside the museum, and then hop on a boat ride on the Mississippi River aboard the Winona Tour Boat.
Boat Tours will be at 10:30am, 11:15am, and 12:00pm
Boat Tours will last 30-45 minutes.
You must sign up the day of the event, and all must be present to sign up. Limited spots are available.
Art-Making Activities: Two unique crafts adaptable for all ages and abilities will be offered all day long.
Fish Printing A craft Inspired by Gyotaku, the traditional Japanese method of printing fish.
Painting Rocks! Paint a mini-masterpiece on a river rock.
Bell House Band: 11:00am-12:00pm
John Paulson Jazz Duo: 3:00pm-4:00pm
Protect and Love the Mississippi River!
Visit with the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife & Fish Refuge and the Friends of the Refuge Headwaters and learn about their efforts to protect our beautiful river and its wildlife and how you can help!
Winona transit Dial-a-Ride: MMAM is pleased to offer free rides to and from the museum with Winona Transit’s Service Dial-a-Ride, between 10am - 5pm on any Second Saturday event. Please call 507-454-6666 to schedule your ride.
Assistive Listening Devices: The Museum offers assistive listening devices on guided tours. These headsets allow for a clearer presentation on docent led tours. Sponsored by:
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.