The Stark Museum of Art, 712 Green Avenue in Orange, invites families to Musical Family Day from 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Saturday, February 25. Attendance is free and all ages are welcome.

Musical Family Day will celebrate the intersection between music and the visual arts. Children can participate in a scavenger hunt for musical instruments in the paintings on display in the galleries to win a prize.

Visitors will have the opportunity to create their own unique musical instrument and to play music. Families can join in a game of freeze dance, read a story together and enjoy complimentary refreshments.

A highlight of Musical Family Day will be the participation of Tonalta School of Music.

A variety of student bands from the music school will play in the museum throughout the event. In addition, Tonalta teachers will lead interactive demonstrations of musical instruments such as a drum kit, congas and bongos, a keyboard, guitars and bass guitars.

Located in Port Neches, Tonalta School of Music is regarded as the area’s premier music school.

Amelia Wiggins, educator, Public Programs, welcomes the public, saying, “We invite families to come to Musical Family Day to dance, listen to music, create, and look at art together.”

Wiggins reminds families that all ages are welcome, but children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

Visitors will also have the opportunity to view the newly opened special exhibitionFrom Russia: Fechin and Gaspard in the Southwest.

This exhibition explores the art of Nicolai Fechin and Leo Gaspard, two Russian artists who settled in the American Southwest. The exhibition includes an interactive education area. From Russia will be on view through June 2.