What's going on Thursday: Museum talk in Canton, Norfolk-Norwood Minor Hockey registration, Ogdensburg art study
SPORTS & RECREATION ON THURSDAY
WORKSHOPS, PROGRAMSOne Hour One Work
OGDENSBURG: ‘One Hour One Work’ intensive art study of Frederic Remington’s 1910 bronze sculpture “The Stampede,” 1 p.m., Frederic Remington Museum, 303 Washington St.; free with admission to museum, 60 minutes of focused study lead by museum educators; register, info: 315-393-2425, [email protected].
Build your own canvas
OGDENSBURG: “Build Your Own Stretched Canvas” class taught by local artist Julie Pratt, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Frederic Remington Art Museum's Eva Caten Remington Education Center, 323 Washington St.; will introduce the various tools, materials, and methods of surface preparation, and guide participants step-by-step through the canvas building process; each participant will take home one completed canvas, ready to be painted on; all skill levels welcome, materials provided; $20 for museum members, $30 for non-members; class limited to 12 participants; 315-393-2425, [email protected], fredericremington.org.
CANTON: The next Patricia Carson Harrington Brown Bag Lunch event will feature Laura Foster, executive director of the Frederic Remington Art Museum, reflecting on “30 Years and Counting,” noon, St. Lawrence County Historical Association (SLCHA), 3 E. Main St.; Foster will talk about her experiences at the museum and its progress, expansion and challenges as it approaches its 100th anniversary in 2023; info: 315-386-8133, [email protected], www.slcha.org.