Sundays, June 3, 17; July 1, 15; August 5; September 2, 16, 2018
11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Drop by the Elizabeth Hubert Malott Japanese Garden for hands-on activities related to Japanese arts and culture. Kids of all ages can make projects to celebrate summer—make fish prints (gyotaku), create a paper fan (uchiwa), design a samurai helmet (kabuto), and more, at family-friendly, hands-on stations. The free activities vary each time and are subject to change.
Tentative schedule, subject to change:
- June 3: Japanese kites
- June 17: Kendama (origami cup and ball)
- July 1: Samurai masks
- July 15: Kabuto (samurai helmets)
- August 5: Uchiwa (paper fans)
- September 2: Kimono paper dolls
- September 16: Gyotaku (fish prints)
Summer Nature Explorer: Reading and Activity Program
Read books and play at Family Drop-in Activity sites and earn prizes. For details and to sign up, visit the Lenhardt Library in the Regenstein Center. Children of all ages are welcome to participate. Click here for more information.