Thu, Oct 28 | Online Event

Storytelling: Ruby Bridges Goes to School

Join AECsd Storyteller Alyce Smith-Cooper for a story about a brave little girl who helped change how American children go to school. Afterwards, share your own stories of bravery and family support to be part of a virtual community artwork. No supplies needed.
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Storytelling: Ruby Bridges Goes to School

Time & Location

Oct 28, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM PDT
Online Event

About the Event

With support from the Dr. Seuss Foundation, Arts Education Connection San Diego is proud to host our free Family Art & Literacy Adventures program. Through this virtual* program, families can enjoy storytelling together, create art collaboratively, and get books for their home library. The program is designed for families with children ages 4-12 years old. AECSD is pleased to partner with the San Diego County and Public Library branches in Encinitas, San Marcos, and Vista to offer this program.

*Families will be emailed the zoom meeting link 2 days prior to the program.

Join us from anywhere, but plan to pick up art supplies at the libraries below:

We’re All In This Together!

What can you accomplish with your family that you can’t do alone? Join Arts Education Connection San Diego and our partners at the San Diego Public and County Library branches at Encinitas Library, San Marcos Library, and Vista Library for a FREE two-part online program that explores the teamwork and camaraderie that comes from being part of a family. Play along with our storyteller, make a family sculpture with free art supplies, and earn a book to add to your family’s library!

Questions? Email Program Manager Keri Jhaveri at keri@artsedsd.org

Storytelling: Ruby Bridges Goes to School

Join AECsd Storyteller Alyce Smith-Cooper for a story about a brave little girl who helped change how American children go to school. Afterwards, share your own stories of bravery and family support to be part of a virtual community artwork. No supplies needed.

Thursday, October 28th, 5:30-6:30 PM

Vista Library

Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/179057544937

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