Target FREE Family Saturday: On The Go!

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Community Event

Jul 201017

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


Delight in a day of family fun at the National Museum. July’s theme is travel!


  • Tag! You're it! Create a fun luggage tag to identify your bag when you travel
  • Pack it up! Decorate a backpack to take with you while you're on the go
  • Ruthie’s Origami Corner:  Smile... and fold your own origami camera!
    11 AM - 4 PM: With the recent opening of the new Little Tokyo Gold Line Station, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority will be here to help you learn about the metro system and how to travel on it safety! We will be passing out free Metro tokens! (Limited supplies, first come first serve)

    1 PM: The Japan National Tourism Organization will present a family-friendly Japanese customs and language class for families planning to Visit Japan

    2:15 - 5:45 PM: Free Family "Little Tokyo-Gastronomy Tour" (Limit 14 people total, please RSVP early, families only)

    3 PM: Internationally known performers Yoko Fujimoto & Derek Nakamoto will perform, “Our Story,” a concert about how traveling has shaped their music

    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 

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