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Have you heard about the new FREE Second Saturdays Series for families at the Kennedy Center?
Every second Saturday of the month, in the Kennedy Center Grand Foyer at 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., local arts organizations provide free 45-minute workshops for families with children under 8 (specific age requirements for each workshop apply). The workshops are designed to "explore the power of the arts to promote wellness of the mind and body" and include things like family yoga, creative movement, music, storytelling, dramatic play and more.
Tickets are not required, but because the events require physical activity, all participants must complete a liability waiver. Participation is first come, first serve, with priority given to those who have signed up and completed the waiver online before the event. Signups are posted two weeks prior to each workshop date and close at 3 p.m. the Friday before the workshop.
Upcoming 2018 Saturday Workshops:
January 13th - Yoga with YoKid
February 10th - Interactive musical experience with Imagination Stage
March 10th - Singing, storytelling and drumming with Sitar Arts Center
April 14th - Yoga with New Beginnings Yoga
Have fun, and be sure to tag us in your photos if you check out one of these workshops! We love to see families in our community having fun together!
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