Throughout history Latin American cultures have utilized masks for a variety of reasons. You will discover the many uses of ancient masks and will construct your own Aztec mask. El Museo de las Américas presentará un taller sobre las máscaras de las culturas latinoamericanas y cómo han sido utilizados a lo largo de la historia. Harás tu propia máscara azteca también.
Join The Ghost Catchers for sneaky, spooky shenanigans and howl-arious antics at the Play-Ground Theatre Halloween Show. Sing along, learn about Halloween safety and get into the spirit. It’s batty FUN! Los Cazafantasmas de Play-Ground Theatre divertirán con sus espeluznantes payasadas. Podrás cantar con ellos, aprender sobre cómo mantenerte seguro durante Halloween y animarte para el 31 de octubre.
America is a country of cultural diversity. Music is part of every culture and its function in that culture is important. Much can be learned about the values and beliefs of a culture by experiencing its music and folklore. Through storytelling, taiko playing and movement, Toni honors her cultural roots by drawing from a traditional source, yet expressing herself as an American. By sharing her pride in her heritage, she encourages others to have pride in their own cultural background.
What does an owl eat? How do owls hunt so efficiently at night? As “Wildlife Scientists”, students make predictions and then examine the study skins of Great Horned Owls and dissect owl pellets to discover the answers to these questions and more.
Children 8-14 years old are welcome. The first 20 children in line are admitted.