Jaguar Mask Making

Ideal Ages:

5 to 12 (accompanied by an adult)
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Make a Jaguar Mask at the Children's Library!

In the Americas, the culture surrounding the jaguar has permeated most ethnic groups since pre-Columbian times. Jaguars also became a universal symbol of political and military power which gave rulers a protective animal spirit. Today, jaguar culture is still prevalent in many countries and is expressed through various art forms. We will create a jaguar mask and decorate it while we learn about the meaning of the jaguar in Latin American history.

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