FREE EVENT Family Day: The Joys of Japan
Explore the rich cultural heritage of Japan with ArtPlay! With help from our partner organizations, we will explore different art forms from Japan. Children will explore various aspects of Japanese culture, from food to music and art. And when you just can’t get enough of Japanese culture, head over to the Alys Stephens Center on January 27th for the amazing Tao Drums.
No RSVP required, just show up! For questions or more information, please call 205-975-4769
- This event is a FREE non-ticketed event.
- No RSVP required.
- For questions or more details please call 205 975 4769
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