January is a good time to devise a yearly game plan of creative activities for the family. But not only for your children or grandchildren but for yourself. Take the Clark Chateau, for instance. Currently, a Young Creators Youth Art Program is available for school-age children (1st through 6th grade). As for their adult programs, the Clark Chateau is continuing with their ukelele jam sessions every month. So, if you've strummed a ukelele once or twice in your lifetime, you may be a good candidate for jamming out at the Clark Chateau. (see details below)

First, though, more about the Youth Art Program! Again, it is for 1st through 6th-grade students currently enrolled in school. The Youth Art class, which meets at 4 pm every Thursday at the Clark Chateau (321 W. Broadway), gives children a chance to express themselves creatively in a safe environment. As illustrated by the Clark Chateau, the program aims to help children build self-confidence and to become better problem solvers. A $5 to $10 donation is asked for each session. However, financial ability is not a factor. All students are welcome to attend AS LONG as space is still available. The Clark Chateau's Young Creators Youth Art Program is filling up fast, so to learn more, call (406) 565-5600

 Okay, back to details on Adult Ukelele Jam Sessions. Jammers meet on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month at the Clark Chateau. Meeting times may vary, so check the Clark Chateau's Facebook page or reach out to Program Director Morgan Maccione for weekly ukelele jam session updates at mmaccione@bsb.mt.gov or by calling the number above. Also, by visiting their website right HERE, you'll find the Young Creators Parental Consent Form and more activities underway at the Clark Chateau this season. Enjoy all that Butte has to offer!

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