February fun continues with assorted weekday fun, including multiple opportunities to celebrate seasonal holidays and celebrations.
In addition to our roundup of fun Valentine’s Day activities, we’ve added Full STEAM Ahead to our top picks for this week, which includes oobleck creation, engineering and shaving-cream art on the agenda. We’re also supplementing our recommendations for ways to celebrate Black History Month with a performance that explores African American influence on American dance at Féraba African Rhythm Tap Company: The Roots of Tap. Another highlight is Embroidery, an opportunity to introduce the art of needlecraft to younger stitchers.
Read on for these programs and more; then head to our Event Calendar for many more options to choose from—this week and beyond!
Anti-Valentine’s Day Party – Monday
If you’re not exactly a fan of this holiday, defy the occasion in like company with assorted activities and “snarky cookies.” FREE
See all Monday events.
Full STEAM Ahead - Tuesday
The agenda for this special Valentine’s Day STEAM program includes creating ooblecks from candy conversation hearts, building with marshmallows and toothpicks, and creating a marbleized valentine with shaving cream and paint. FREE
See all Tuesday events.
Féraba African Rhythm Tap Company: The Roots of Tap - Wednesday
In honor of Black History Month, take in a lively performance combining American tap dance and West African music. FREE
See all Wednesday events.
Exploring African-American Traditions Through Children’s Books - Thursday
Children and adults can attend individual workshops that explore the messages delivered in children's picture books with African-American themes. Attend one or both of the programs, but take note that that registration is required for each. FREE
See all Thursday events.
Embroidery - Friday
Keep needle crafts alive in this hands-on opportunity in fun stitchery. FREE
See all Friday events.
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