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Kids Culture 10.15.20

Thu, 10/15/2020 - 07:10
From Rosario Varela's installation at Guild Hall.
Guild Hall

Interactive at Guild Hall

The artist Rosario Varela has joined with Guild Hall's Teen Arts Council for an interactive art exhibition called "Red, Gold, and You." Children and adults can reshape and reconnect pieces of the exhibition to emphasize collaboration, beauty, respect, and the fleeting nature of creation. The installation opens tomorrow and will be up through Oct. 26.

Art for Families

The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill is offering a creative art studio class for families, with techniques and projects inspired by current exhibitions at the museum. The next one is Sunday from 1 to 2 p.m., and the cost is $15 per person, $8 for members, and $5 for children. The museum says each family will have its own workspace to allow for social distancing, and masks will be required for participation. More information is online at parrishart.org.

Countdown to the Election

The East Hampton Library is hosting an online series for teens called Countdown to the Election. The sessions are held Mondays from 3 to 4 p.m. and divided into three parts: Figure Out Where You Stand on Monday, Get to Know the Candidates on Oct. 26, and Predict the Unpredictable on Nov. 2. Sign-up is through the event calendar at easthamptonlibrary.org.

Fitness for Kids

The Montauk Library has online fitness-play activities for kids on Fridays. The videos are available on the library's Facebook page and also on the children's blog at montauklibrary.org.

Take and Make

The John Jermain Memorial Library in Sag Harbor is now offering take-and-make art kits for kids (and adults). Boxes of supplies are available to check out by calling the library at 631-725-0049. Sun catchers, coloring kits, and others are available to view at johnjermain.org/activity-kits.

Also, John Jermain's Not-So-Spooky Story Time for children of all ages takes place from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday. The online program requires registration, which can be done through the library website.

 


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