With Christmas and New Years officially behind us, kids often ask: “What holiday comes next?” A common parent’s response: “Uhhh, I guess Valentine’s Day”. Is Valentines Day an actual holiday or something created just to force lovers, friends and parents into malls and stores looking for the perfect way to say I love you? Whatever your take on the “holiday”, your child likely needs to bring a card for each class member to school in February for their class party.
The San Francisco Children’s Art Center has taken away a smidgen of that materialism and consumerism with their event that brings families together to create original Valentines. At the One-of-a-Kind Valentines Cardmaking Family Workshop there will be art supplies, collage pieces, and recycled materials available to help with your creations. You will also have the guidance of their experienced art teachers if need be.
The San Francisco Children’s Art Center is a non profit organization that focuses on the journey of the art making instead of just the final product. The event takes place Sunday, February 7th from 10-12 and is recommended for ages 3 and up.
For more information visit:http://childrensartcenter.org/calendar/index.html