Clay Coil Pot Class
Time: 10:00am-12:00pmFee: $15
Just in time for Spring, the Beginning Clay Coil Pot Class will be taught by Sheila Bazil.
Our cancellation and refund policy is as follows: Full refund applies if notification of cancellation occurs at least 72 hours prior to class start. Loss of payment will occur if no notification of cancellation occurs or if notification occurs less than 48 hours prior to class start.
BBQ, Bread, and Brews
Time: 1:00-4:00pmAdmission: $35 (for adults ages 21 and up)
A MAAIC and Friends food and drink sampling event!
This new event will show off some of the best BBQ, bread, beer and coffee selections from a select number of local businesses. (Plus we will be handing out fry bread samples.) Tickets for our 21 and older visitors will be $35 and include a keepsake mug. Guests will visit each partner's booth to sample selections, then play an assortment of yard games, and tour the museum.
Partners: Central Standard Brewing, Third Place Brewing, Hopping Gnome, Aero Plains Brewery, Walnut River Brewing, Wichita Brewing Company, Shaken or Stirred, Douglas Avenue Chop Shop, Emerson Biggins', Delano BBQ, Hog Wild, Colettes Catering, Sunflower Expresso, Fleet Feet, Mas Tequila, KMUW 89.1, Visual Fusion Graphic Design Studio, Oklahoma Boys BBQ, River City Brewing Company
Time: 1:00-3:00pmAdmission: $3.50 (General Admission); FREE (children ages 12 and under).
Because we had to be closed, we are opening not one but THREE new exhibits! Come check out Zuni Fetishes and Carvings, Elements: Water, and Pottery: Formed and Fired. From 1-3pm there will be activities for families to enjoy including kids crafts, hands on demonstrations, and plenty of time to check out our exhibits and brand new pedestals, made possible with assistance by the Wichita Community Foundation. Special admission prices are available all day: $3.50 for adults, children 12 and under are free.
Mid-America All-Indian Center
650 N Seneca | Wichita, KS 67203
P: (316) 350-3340
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The Mid-America All-Indian Center serves as a cultural center and museum dedicated to educating people about and preserving the heritage of the American Indian.