GOLDENDALE, Wash - Celebrate on old-fashioned 4th of July at Maryhill Museum on Tuesday, July4th, from 1pm to 4pm. Stomp your feet and sing along to the old-time melodies of the Fourth Dimension and the Allen Barbershop Quartet.
Join the potato-sack and egg-in-a-spoon races. Bring a picnic or buy an all-American hot dog, potato salad, and snow-cones from Cafe Maryhill. Even create your own flag. Visitors will be provided with free materials and guidance to design and make a flag.
"Celebrate the 4th of July with an afternoon of art, music and old-fashioned fun," said Carrie Clark, curator of education. "It'll be a great day for families under a canopy of shade trees in the Museum's picnic grounds."
Children 16 and under are always admitted free to Maryhill Fun Days programs with one paid adult admission. General admission is $7.
Maryhill Museum of Art is open daily from 9am to 5pm, through November 15, and is located on Washington Scenic Route 14 just west of U.S. 97. Also at the site are a cafe, gift shop, picnic grounds, and gardens with outdoor sculpture. To find out more visit www.maryhillmuseum.org.