In this fun story time for ages 2–5, Handley Library Youth Services Librarian Christine Forbes will read stories about building houses and more. Held in the MSV Reception Hall. Adults must accompany children.

Free. Registration not required. Enter through the MSV lobby. Gallery admission is free on Wednesday thanks to corporate partner Howard Shockey & Sons, Inc. (admission fee applies to visit the gardens and Nature Connects).

Design and plant your own herb container garden with MSV Horticulturalist Chantal Ludder. Learn which herbs grow well together and how to feed, water, and harvest herbs. Participants will choose from thyme, chives, basil, lemon balm, cilantro, and dill for their container gardens. For both novices and experienced gardeners.

MSV Members: $30; all others: $40. Registration required by May 14; register online or call 540-662-1473, ext. 240. All materials provided.

In conjunction with the exhibition Nature Connects: Art with LEGO Bricks, children will be treated to stories about nature read by Christine Forbes, Handley Library youth services librarian. Held in the MSV Reception Hall and for ages 2–5 with an adult.

Free. Registration not required. Enter through the MSV Lobby (admission fee applies to visit the gardens and Nature Connects).

Meet Shenandoah Valley potters and browse pottery displays in this show and sale organized by the Shenandoah Potters Guild. Special pottery demonstrations (1 p.m. and 1:30 p.m.) will be offered on both days.

Museum admission not required for show & sale and demonstrations. MSV admission applies to visit the gardens, galleries, and Nature Connects.

Meet Shenandoah Valley potters and browse pottery displays in this show and sale organized by the Shenandoah Potters Guild. Special pottery demonstrations (1 p.m. and 1:30 p.m.) will be offered on both days.

Museum admission not required for show & sale and demonstrations. MSV admission applies to visit the gardens, galleries, and Nature Connects.

In recognition of the Juneteenth commemoration (June 19) of the end of slavery in the U.S., hear stories about young African Americans in Winchester during this panel discussion.

Free (admission fee applies to visit galleries and gardens). Limited seating is first come, first served. Pre-register by June 15 online or call 540-662-1473, ext. 240.

Design and plant your own herb container garden with MSV Horticulturalist Chantal Ludder. Learn which herbs grow well together and how to feed, water, and harvest herbs. Participants will choose from thyme, chives, basil, lemon balm, cilantro, and dill for their container gardens. For both novices and experienced gardeners.

MSV Members: $30; all others: $40. Registration required by May 14; register online or call 540-662-1473, ext. 240. All materials provided.

This critically acclaimed 2016 comedy-drama film written and directed by Mike Birbiglia provides a hilarious and honest look at the lives of comedians as it tells the story of an improv troupe in New York City (92 minutes; R).

MSV Members: $5; all others: $8 (snacks provided). 

Enjoy American Indian stories and folktales read by Christine Forbes, Handley Library youth services librarian, in the MSV Reception Hall. Before or after the program, visit the Changing Exhibitions Gallery to see Hear My Voice: Native American Art of the Past and Present. For ages 2–5 with an adult.

Free. Registration not required. Enter through the MSV lobby.


Pictured above is a detail of: Four Seasons (Spring), 2006, printed 2016, Wendy Red Star (Crow, born 1981), archival pigment print on Sunset fiber rag mounted on Maxx Metal. 2016.213-.216. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts; Aldine S. Hartman Endowment Fund.

This community update session will share the latest news about The Trails project at the MSV! Led by MSV Executive Director Dana Hand Evans, this informal presentation will include maps of the future 3-mile trails and park and offer attendees the opportunity to ask questions about the project.

Admission is free to all. Pre-registration is requested.

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