Kids & Family

Kids Fair To Go: At Home in the PNW!

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  • Add to calendar 0001-01-01 11:00:00 0001-01-01 16:00:00 America/Los_Angeles Kids Fair To Go: At Home in the PNW! https://bellevuearts.org/programs-events/kids-family/2021-07-kids-fair-to-go Bellevue Arts Museum BAM

BAM is giving out 2,000 free craft kits for kids and families in place of our usual Kids Fair festivities this year. Visit the Museum between 11am and 4pm on July 23, 24, and 25 (while supplies last) to pick up your kits from the front of the Museum! Staff will be present to help facilitate safe and socially distanced pick up.  

Each of the kits includes materials and instructions for three craft projects inspired by the Pacific Northwest, fun activities from our amazing community partners, and additional learning resources for kids and grownups alike! 

This year, we have also added a community art project, Weaving Together Tapestry, at Kids Fair To-Go! Kids, families, and grownups can collaborate by weaving colors together into a loom that will be on display outside BAM throughout Kids Fair weekend.

 

Bellevue Arts Museum

Free

Craft projects and activities included in each kit

Hanging Around Your Neighborhood: 2D Wall Mobiles
There is something unique about our neighborhoods. What makes your neighborhood special to you? In this craft, you will create a wall decoration of your neighborhood to hang up in your home to remind you of what is right outside!

Magnificent Mountain Ranges
Reuse, recycle, and reduce! In this craft we will create mountains using recyclable materials from around your home. Turn on your creativity and let’s use art of recycling to create the magnificent mountain ranges of the PNW!

Growing Crystal Trees by KidsQuest Children’s Museum
Create your own growing tree with KidsQuest! Combine your artistic and scientific talents in this STEAM activity to grow crystals on tree limbs.

Snoqualmie Tribe Ancestral Lands Movement Activity Sheet and Backyard Plant Bingo BAM is located on the ancestral lands of the Snoqualmie people. Use this activity sheet to learn about, protect, preserve, and restore this land! You can also play a game of backyard bingo with your friends and family to explore native plants!

Community Partners