Construction Zone: Target Free Family Day

Saturday, March 12, 2011 from 11-4

Volunteers Needed!

This month’s theme is building and architecture. ALL DAY CRAFT ACTIVITIES:

Create a map collage of your neighborhood. Construct a wacky building out of a variety of materials.

I will be facilitating a series of interactive workshops for the whole family.

Location:            Japanese American National Musuem

369 East First Street
Los Angeles, California 90012
phone: 213.625.0414
fax: 213.625.1770

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