JKC Youth Portal for Parents & Teachers
JuneteenthKC Youth Zone Activities
Saturday, June 17th | 12:00-5:00 pm
Stone Lion Puppets
Puppet Shows, GIANT puppets, and Puppet Creation workshops 1:00-4:00 pm
Puppet Show details--
Who’s In Rabbit’s House: Based on the Masai folk tale, Rabbit has a new guest...one he doesn't want! But he can’t figure out who it is, or where it is - all he knows is he wants it out! Join all the other village animals as they hunt for clues, solve the riddles, and give their ideas on solving this mystery. Interactive Puppet Fun!
Chalk Art Station
Face Painters, Pony Rides Balloon & Caricature Artists
Book Distributions 2:00-4:00 pm
hosted by Kansas City Public Library & Literacy KC
Story Tellers 1:00-3:00 pm
GIVEAWAYS & FAMILY FUN FOR THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY!!
Pete The Cat Loves His White Shoes
Featuring The Royale Cohesive Network
Tap into story telling, arts and crafts, and a little sing-a-long with Juliet & Mason Tanner.
Learning to read was prohibited for centuries to prevent people from being informed. Encourage children to read and to read often. Join Royale readers every second Saturday in a comfortable environment suited to encourage the fundamentals of turning a page of a book.
Black History 365 with
Featuring Dawnavyn James
Integrate Black History all year round!
Dawnavyn James is an Early Childhood and Elementary educator. She has taught Kindergarten, 5th grade, and all the grades in between. Dawnavyn also is the creator of The Black History Club and is passionate about embedding Black History into the curriculum.
Dawnavyn’s recent publications include Motivating Writers Through Blogging (Stenhouse Publishers) and “A Recipe for Young Historians of Black History” (Education Week).
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