Blast off into the past to discover the food, art, people and events that have shaped history. This month, we travel to the Roaring 20s to learn the Charleston, create a lie detector and flip some flapjacks. Appropriate for elementary school-aged kids. Space is limited; registration recommended.
Learn the history of hip-hop’s founding fathers: DJ Kool Here, Grandmaster Flash and Afrika Bambaataa. Learn how to use the techniques they innovated that ushered in the early days of hip-hop. Space is limited; registration required. Please visit our online calendar to register.
Blast off into the past to discover the food, art, people and events that have shaped history. This month, we travel to different dynasties from ancient China to learn the art of papermaking, create a shadow puppet show and drink tea like an emperor. Appropriate for elementary school-aged kids. Space is limited; registration recommended.
Join us each month to learn about the history and traditions behind our favorite breads. Participants will take home a complete batter that should be baked at home following the program. Space is limited; registration required.
No passport needed for this inter-continental journey. Join us as we kick-off a new series that explores cuisine and culture from around the globe. Each month we’ll be “traveling” to a new country. First up: India. Come prepared to whip-up some delicious eats, learn new things and make new friends.
Explore the intricate and colorful history of mandalas while you make one of your own to take home. Using bright string, pins and corkboards we’ll partake in the meditative art of mandala creation. Part of the new "Taste the World" series!
Learn about the 5,000 year-old practice of mehndi, a body art using dye made from the henna plant. From ancient India to Anythink Perl Mack, j explore the history of mehndi and receive your own henna tattoo from local artist Atisha Pisaña.
Navajo weaving has captivated people for generations, and it’s no wonder why! Join us as we use looms to weave our own symmetrical mini-rugs in the fashion of the Navajo tradition.
Momofuku Ando may not be a familiar name, but his invention sure is - ramen noodle soup. This tasty and affordable meal has an interesting and delicious history that dates back to World War II. Join us as we cook up some hot ramen and learn about how this delicious meal came to be.
Whoever said not to play with your food obviously never operated on Swedish Fish! Learn the basics of surgery and practice your operating skills with actual surgeons’ tools as we operate on a variety of candy. Best for elementary, tween and teen.