Second Saturday at Home

At the Temecula Valley Museum, we celebrate a different region or culture on the 2nd Saturday of each month. Since we’re all spending Saturdays (and every other day) at home, we’ve uploaded some of the fun things we’d planned to share!! Join us – virtually – and learn about the history and culture of you, or your neighbors!

In July, we celebrate Australia.  Click links below for cultural facts, information, recipes, crafts, tours, and more celebrating “Down Under”!

Click to visit the National Museum of Australia from the comfort of your couch!


Learn about Aboriginal Art thanks to



Kangaroo Facts                 Koala Facts

Cultural Facts                   General Facts

Aboriginal Flag                National Flag

Sandpaper Craft               Boomerang Craft

Australian Lemon Curd Recipe

Lamington Sponge Cake

Virtual Australia



This Saturday, July 11th at 11am!!  Available on Zoom.

Meeting ID: 825 9362 8695

Password : 2ndSatAUS










In June, we celebrate the Island of Jamaica, where everything is alright!  Enjoy these fun activities and free art lesson provided by Bigfoot Graphics.

Cultural Facts of Jamaica

Dyed Rice Jamaican Flag Craft

Jamaican Toto Cake Recipe 

Jamaican Word Scramble

Virtual Jamaica

Antique Jamaica Map Virtual Puzzle




In May, we celebrate the colorful Culture of Cuba! Enjoy these fun activities and free art lesson provided by Bigfoot Graphics!

Make Cuban Shortbread Cookies at Home
Cuban Parrot Facts
Click here to listen to Cuban Parrots
Make Your Own Maracas
Spend the Weekend In Havana!
Draw a Cuban Parrot! Click here for amazing tutorial by Bigfoot Graphics artist Tony Moramarco!


Bigfoot Graphics Free Art Lesson!

In April, we celebrated Vietnam. Enjoy making and coloring this Pop Up storybook with your family and learning about the food and traditions of Vietnam.

Vietnamese Culture Pop Up Craft
Vietnamese Facts and Food
Vietnamese Culture and Tradition





In March we celebrated India.  Click to learn to draw an Indian Elephant by art teacher and owner of Bigfoot Graphics, Tony Moramarco.


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