Target FREE Family Saturday: Uniquely You!

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Community Event

Jun 201012
11:00a.m. - 4:00p.m.

Japanese American National Museum
100 N Central Ave
Los Angeles, California, 90012
United States

FREE ALL DAY! 

Enjoy a day of family fun where were we celebrate you!

ALL DAY CRAFT ACTIVITIES:

  • Families are all unique and special. Create your with a paper portrait!
  • Have your picture taken and embellish it with a frame decorated by you
  • Hip hip hooray! Make a pennant flag all about you
  • Ruthie’s Origami Corner: Make your own Father’s Day card!
  • SCHEDULE:
    12 PM – Teri LaFlesh will share tips for all ages on how to work with naturally curly hair, making it your 'unique trademark and friend.'

    1 PM – Storytellers Kim Wayans & Kevin Knotts will read from their popular children's book series Amy Hodgepodge about a young girl who is Japanese, African American, Korean and White.

    2 PM – Hear educator (and President Obama's sister), Dr. Maya Soetoro-Ng, read from her unreleased book Ladder to the Moon. Followed by a book signing of Mixed: Portraits of Multiracial Kids by author Kip Fulbeck and contributor Dr. Maya Soetoro-Ng.

    1 PM to 4 PM – Join Kidding Around the Kitchen in celebrating Asian, Jewish, and Italian flavors in making some chicken soup for the fusion soul

    3:30 PM – Urban dance performance and workshop for kids by Culture Shock®

    Generously sponsored by Target, these special Saturdays are filled with fun activities giving families unique ways to learn, play, and grow together. Media Sponsors: Los Angeles Downtown News, KSCI-TV LA-18, and The Rafu Shimpo 

    For more info, visit: http://www.janm.org/events/2010/06/#12

     

    JANM . Last modified Jul 09, 2010 12:14 p.m.


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