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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Online Art Adventures - Tessellations


Craft Kids Visual arts
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Regina, SK



Offered in English.


Ages 5-12, guardians encouraged to participate. Experiment with geometry and create a tessellation artwork.

Additional Information

This event will happen Online on Zoom. Zoom link is emailed to registrants prior to the event.

Recommended Materials: cardstock paper, scrap papers, ruler, scissors, and drawing utensils.

If you already have the recommended materials, great! If you need the materials, please contact [email protected] by October 1st to pick up a free materials kit. Materials kits are only available for residents based in Regina SK, on a first-come first-serve basis.



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In addition to a collection of books, films, and music in traditional and digital media, our customers have access to hundreds of programs, art exhibitions, film screenings and cultural events each year.

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