Play a traditional American Indian game with Southern California Indian Center (SCIC) cultural educator John Bradley (Cherokee/Comanche).
Like many holidays, New Year’s is celebrated differently around the world. In the spirit of the holiday, we thought we’d show you how some countries will say good-bye to 2015 and hello to 2016. The United States In the U.S., there are a variety of ways in which we celebrate New Year’s. Probably the most […]
Grand Park expands the celebration and traditions of Día de los Muertos with multiple ways to experience and learn about the holiday, all for free. At the center of the festivities is the park’s presentation of more than 40 altars and art installations in honor of Día de los Muertos in partnership with Self-Help Graphics […]
At Kidspace during ArtNight Pasadena, explore the art, history, and culture of puppetry. Create your own finger and animal puppets, learn the mechanics of marionettes and design one in the Imagination Workshop. Enjoy a puppetry performance by The Crayon Court at 6:30, 7:30, and 8:30 pm, followed by a professional puppeteering demonstration. Admission to Kidspace, […]
The Aquarium of the Pacific’s ninth annual International Children’s Day is a special festival for kids. Celebrating the amazing talents of children of all cultures, this festival will feature international music and dance performances by kids. An international choir, West African, Pacific Islander, Mexican folkloric, Cambodian, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese traditional dance are among the […]