The Eva Caten Remington Education Center offers high-quality learning experiences to community members of all ages. The work of Frederic Remington is a foundation for a wide range of programs designed to investigate, explore, experiment, and inspire. From hands-on instruction in a variety of art-making activities, to community art clubs, to creative play in the engaging environment of Kid’s Place, programs at the Eva Caten Remington Education Center aim to broaden and enrich the experience of art for children, teens, adults, and families.
The Center encompasses our property at 323 Washington Street and is conveniently located down the street from the Museum and across the street from Library Park and the Ogdensburg Public Library. The Center features a classroom that is the main programs space for adolescents and adults. The Center is also home to our children’s museum Kid’s Place, which offers enriching activities in a safe and comfortable place to learn and play.
Kid’s Place is free of charge for children and their caregivers. Upon entering Kid’s Place, you'll be greeted by Matthew Moose, our large friendly moose bust located above the fireplace mantle. Start your adventure when you encounter our interactive exhibits. We have stones for making rubbings of western scenes, a large canoe to sit and fish from (using magnetic fishing poles and fish), scent containers that can take you to western places and moments, a dress-up bin full of chaps, hats, and vests for creative play, and of course our other mascot, Rusty the Trusty Steed, who is a life-sized horse that you can brush and saddle. Kid’s Place also features a kid’s art studio fully stocked with art materials and projects.
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