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July 2020

Jason Talks About Dinosaurs

Saturday, July 25, 10:00 am - 10:45 am
Jason Talks About Dinosaurs Saturday, July 25, 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Join us for the first in our series of Family Arts Kaleidoscope virtual events. Jason Talks about Dinosaurs is a live, interactive Zoom meeting for kids ages 6-12 and their families. Registration is free and is limited to 12 participants. Jason Sheldon is a lifelong dinosaur lover, birdwatcher, and environmentalist. Currently studying for a master's degree in adolescent science education, Jason loves nothing more than to share his passion for nature (both past and present). Come learn about the origins…

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August 2020

Heroes & the Art of Greek Mythology with Tom Lee

Saturday, August 8, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Heroes and the art of Greek Mythology with Tom Lee

This FREE, live and interactive, online experience is the second in the Family Arts Kaleidoscope series, designed to engage children and their families from home. Mr. Lee will lead a virtual tour of museums around the world, highlighting artifacts from Ancient Greece. Many ancient pots and vases illustrate scenes from classical mythology of gods and heroes. Tom Lee connects stories, art, and ancient culture with suggestions for artmaking and writing activities at home. Participants should have pencil and paper on…

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African American Dance with Elena Mosley

Saturday, August 22, 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Elena Mosley will lead an interactive class in African American dance. Participants will experience traditional dance and improvisational movement, while connecting to African rhythmic music. Bring a scarf or ribbon to hold in your hand and plan to have fun! Children ages 8 and up, family members welcome. Elena Mosley, Director and Founder of Kuumba Dance and Drum, began her dance career in various community centers in New York City. She performed with the Lady Helena Walquer Dance Company, Harlem,…

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