Calendar of Events

Thank you for taking time to visit our website. We are continually adding more events as we grown. Our listed events are below. If you have any question please fill free to contact us here.


Join us for the 17th Annual Aluminum Pour, Saturday July 13th 10am-6pm!

Can you imagine producing a 5 x 7 relief sculpture plus getting the flavor of the casting experience, all with no experience necessary? You can do it and you will be amazed at your own creativity! This is an event the entire family can enjoy together and it is a great way to experience art! Come spend the afternoon with us at the Sculpture Trails! Create art and enjoy a walk on the Trails. Scratch blocks are available NOW or on the Event day for a $20 donation. Artists are available to help you plus they will pour your mold right before your eyes!

All proceeded from this event help to keep the Museum open daily and free to the public


Join us for the 10th Annual Fire@Nite, Saturday July 27th Family Fun, Fire, Music and Molten Iron from 12-10pm

This is the last chance of the summer to make your very own cast iron Relief Sculpture or Doodle Bowl! Make sure you arrive early so you have plenty of time to work on your scratch block masterpiece. Music to entertain you starting in the evening will be provided by “Totally Tunes DJ”, plus food will be available from Smoke Eaters BBQ. Hang out and talk to artists from all over the country! Ask these cast iron masters for any helpful hints for your own work of art. They are very willing to help you create a masterpiece! 5”x7” Scratch blocks are available for $20 each Doodle Bowls are $30. The Foundry Crew will pour iron all day long with multiple iron furnaces as the sun sets into the night, this makes a spectacular viewing event! See the 2500˚ glowing molten iron poured into your scratch blocks right alongside the huge sand molds made by the Cast Iron Workshop participants who have been working hard on their molds all month. This is an event you don’t want to miss!

All proceeded from this event help to keep the Museum open daily and free to the public