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Bring the kids to see the largest meteorite collection on the West Coast, containing over 2500 samples from about 1500 different meteorites. About 100 of these are exhibited in the Meteorite Gallery. Come visit and and become a little space scientist! Follow “Freddie Fireball” and learn fun and interesting facts about meteorites and the solar system. Each Sunday, there is a docent present who you can ask as many questions as you want.

Sunday March 17th, 2019 | 1:00PM - 4:00PM

UCLA Meteorite Gallery
595 Charles Young Drive East
Los Angeles, CA, 90095

Free

This class involves a story time, a craft and some science followed by a tour of the Preserve. Pre-registration is required as the class is limited to 20 children with no waiting list. Pre-registration begins at 10:30 a.m. the Tuesday before the Friday class. Ages 3-6

 

                             

Debbie Allen and her dance loving pals launch their fourth season of free Dance Sundays workshops on the Wallis’ outdoor Promenade Terrace. Different dance styles will be covered over eight monthly sessions. Today you will learn “Break the Floor Hip Hop,” a free family-friendly Hip-Hop dance class that is open to all ages and dance levels.

This class involves a story time, a craft and some science followed by a tour of the Preserve. Pre-registration is required as the class is limited to 20 children with no waiting list. Pre-registration begins at 10:30 a.m. the Tuesday before the Friday class. Ages 3-6

Bring the kids to see the largest meteorite collection on the West Coast, containing over 2500 samples from about 1500 different meteorites. About 100 of these are exhibited in the Meteorite Gallery. Come visit and and become a little space scientist! Follow “Freddie Fireball” and learn fun and interesting facts about meteorites and the solar system. Each Sunday, there is a docent present who you can ask as many questions as you want.

This class involves a story time, a craft and some science followed by a tour of the Preserve. Pre-registration is required as the class is limited to 20 children with no waiting list. Pre-registration begins at 10:30 a.m. the Tuesday before the Friday class. Ages 3-6

 

                                                     

 “Kids, Camellias & Carnivals” is the theme for this 75th annual community celebration. Highlights of this floral-inspired festival include 3 days full of carnival rides and games, nightly live performances, and Saturday morning’s colorful parade. Always cute too is the Camellia Festival’s “Royal Court,” featuring 10 local first-grade girls and boys.

Free Admission - Ride and game tickets not included 

Tuesday January 22nd, 2019 | 12:00PM - 8:00PM

Temple City Park
9701 Las Tunas Dr.
Temple City, CA 91780

Free

Children of all ages are invited to learn about Nigeria and the Yoruba language during a reading of Polly Alakija’s book “Catch That Goat!”. This interactive storytelling experience is inspired by the museum’s special exhibition “Summoning the Ancestors: Southern Nigerian Bronzes.”

 

After the reading, families are encouraged to explore the exhibition uninterrupted before the Fowler opens to the general public at noon.

 

Parking is available in UCLA Lot 4 (398 Westwood Plaza, directly off Sunset Blvd.) at $12 per day.

This class involves a story time, a craft and some science followed by a tour of the Preserve. Pre-registration is required as the class is limited to 20 children with no waiting list. Pre-registration begins at 10:30 a.m. the Tuesday before the Friday class. Ages 3-6

                               

 

This month’s Open Door Day is all about making those we care about feel loved. In the Art Studio, you can decorate and write letters to a special person in your life! Open Door Days provide exclusive access to the museum for special needs families. The Zimmer restricts capacity and makes sensory modifications to provide a gentler sensory environment, while allowing families to play together in an understanding community at a low-pressure event. In addition, the museum staff is trained in strategies and techniques that create a warm and welcoming environment for all families. Reservations are required for this free event; contact Rachel at 323-761-8973 or rachel@sharewell.org.

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