Join us as the Animal History Museum leads free family workshops filled with crafts and fun! Kids of all ages can participate in a hands-on activity that sparks their imaginations while also reflecting and reinforcing the core values of Skirball’s adjacent Noah’s Ark exhibit, such as the importance of second chances, doing good for your community, protecting the Earth and its inhabitants (or in our case, at least its cats!) as well as inspiring children toward charity. Workshops are STEM school curriculum friendly. Parents will also get resources so you can continue the learning experience at home.Skirball Cultural Center July 10 12pm – 5pm
July 12 10am – 5pm
July 13 10am – 5pm .
Thursday, July 10 | Saturday, July 12 | Sunday, July 13
Cat Scratch Patch
MADE FROM SCRATCH WITH LOVE: Help homeless cats get the exercise and stimulation they need while waiting for their forever home.
Kids will use re-purposed cardboard to make a creative scratching pad for homeless cats in local adoption shelters. Volunteers from the Animal History Museum will lead the activity that’s sure to delight every feline friend.
WHEN YOU ENJOY THIS WORKSHOP, YOU’RE ALSO SUPPORTING:
7/10/14 – Thursday’s scratch pads will go spcaLA
7/12/14 – Saturday’s scratch pads will go to Pasadena Humane Society
7/13/14 – Sunday’s scratch pads will go to Best Friends Animal Society LA
Stay tuned for more dates and locations this Fall and Winter for our Children’s Workshop Series!
.We’d like to thank the Skirball Cultural Center for inviting us to participate in their innovative build-a-better-world program. The Skirball is one of the world’s most dynamic Jewish cultural institutions and among the leading cultural venues in Los Angeles. Learn more at: www.skirball.org