HANDMADE IN CALIFORNIA HOLIDAY DROP-N-SHOP GIFT WORKSHOP SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14TH
Workshop teaches kids how to turn trash into treasure and launches new joint sustainable learning programs with Re-Create Eco Art
Presented in partnership with Re-Create Eco Art, the session provides parents with three hours of kid-free time and kids ages 7-12 instruction on how to create handmade holiday presents from recycled materials.
While parents handle the holiday hustle,their kids will learn how to turn trash into treasure while creating 3-4 unique California-themed gifts, like an ornament made from wine corks, an art piece depicting an iconic state scene and more.
ADVANCE ADMISSION: $39.00 for 1st child and
$34.00 each additional child including materials and Museum
PLUS FREE holiday goodies bundle for advance registrants including 1 Re-Create art studio drop-in pass and 1 family 4-pack Museum admission, a value of up to $42.00!
DAY-OF ADMISSION: $49.00 for 1st child and $44.00 for each additional child including materials and Museum admission
FREE parking for Museum visitors in surface street lot on 10th & O Streets
Saturday, December 14, 2013 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The California Museum, 1020 O Street (corner of 10th and O Streets), Sacramento, CA 95814
Brenna Hamilton, Communications & Marketing Director, (916) 651-0934 or email@example.com
ABOUT RE-CREATE AT THE MUSEUM:
Launched in the fall of 2013, Re-Create at the Museum is a new partnership between Re-Create Eco Art Center and The California Museum providing sustainable learning programs designed to educate Californians on the benefits of conserving natural resources and eliminating landfill waste. Through joint programming including field trip tours, hands-on learning activities and family-friendly workshops, Re-Create at the Museum inspires adults and children to harness their creativity and challenges them to rethink and reuse materials while turning trash into treasure. For more information and a list of current programs, please visit CaliforniaMuseum.org/re-create.
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