SOAR family event, Friday, July 1st from 5-8pm – First Friday in Downtown Kingman

Published by The Bee News

June 14, 2022

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Participants will be able to view art created in the SOAR program (student outreach and art renditions). This show is mounted at the ArtHub, 402 E Beale Street. We will also have creative activities set up at Wildflower Studio, 204 E Beale Street. We will have art stations, improv games and music activities. Bring the family and have fun creating art while we learn about opioids.

What is the SOAR Program?

Kingman Center for the Arts has partnered with our local MSTEPP organization to help educate our communities children about opioids through the arts-based program SOAR, Student Outreach and Art Renditions.

Participants get to experience many different forms of art as they learn about opioids, their benefits and potential for addiction. We discuss how art can be used as a coping mechanism for life’s challenges, something that can help us become resilient to unhealthy behaviors.

Art forms we explore are acting, painting, music, drawing, writing and dance. We also have discussions about support systems, addiction, substance abuse, mental health and more.

The class is being offered at no cost to participants and is for ages 12-18. We are scheduling new sessions soon.

If you would like to participate or have your children participate, email us at

Art created in the program this year is on display at the ArtHub until July 23rd. Come join us on July 1st for a family event with art activities and games.

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