Museum encounter for home schoolers set for Nov. 12COSHOCTON -- Home schoolers are invited to the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum in Coshocton at 1 p.m. on Nov. 12 for Shelter Matters, a program about dwellings past and present that are used by people in different cultures. Students will begin by viewing the special exhibit, "Gimme Shelter," which features artwork on the theme of shelter and an art installation entitled Dream Shelter. Visitors are invited to add their thoughts or drawings on the meaning of shelter to the installation. Home schoolers will then examine other means of housing/shelter using the American Indian, Historic Ohio and Asian Galleries. We will also discuss the role of Habitat for Humanity in the world and our own need of shelter.During the program's second hour participants will create an edible birdhouse. Admission is $2. Supply cost for craft, $5; Call for reservations by Nov. 9 at (740) 622-8710.