March is just around the corner, and that means Ridgefield School District will soon be celebrating Ridgefield Youth Arts Month, joining local businesses, organizations, and artists to offer an abundance of artistic opportunities for children of the Ridgefield community to discover their creative side through art and music.
Ridgefield School District established Ridgefield Youth Arts Month to support its commitment to deliver personalized learning experiences for each student through appreciation of the arts as well as to increase support of the arts throughout the community.
To celebrate Youth Arts Month, Ridgefield Community Education is offering a robust array of classes for the community and for kids of all ages. Choose from a variety of classes in arts and crafts or music and dance, or take in a virtual art show highlighting the work of our talented students. Many of these activities and classes are free! See the Ridgefield Youth Arts Month brochure here.
Due to current COVID restrictions, adjustments were necessary; however, we trust that everyone will enjoy the many fun, family-friendly creative opportunities offered this year.
All classes have limited availability, and online pre-registration is required. Visit ridge.revtrak.net to reserve your spot today. If you are unable to access the internet, please call 360-619-1303 for assistance.
Ridgefield School District is grateful to our sponsors, Dance Fusion Northwest, Ridgefield Public Schools Foundation, Rose Real Estate, ABM Industries, and the Ridgefield Art Association for their generous support.
Special thanks to the dedicated members of the Ridgefield Youth Arts Month Committee—Carla Kendall-Bray, Maureen O’Reilly, Patricia Thompson, and Barbara Wright—for the countless hours they donate each year for Ridgefield Youth Arts Month.