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Engaging Shakespeare

Engaging Shakespeare

Shakespeare and summer camp—surely they are ill-suited, and never the two shall meet. Just imagine Shakespeare canoeing, flying off the rope swing, sleeping in the top bunk, and sneaking out after lights out. (Well, okay, maybe we can see that.) According to Rafael Goldstein, summer camp and Shakespeare are a perfect fit. At the age [...]

Comic Books For Free!

Comic Books For Free!

For comic book lovers, this Saturday, May 5th, the Pasadena Central Library is the place to be. Every year on the first Saturday in May, libraries and comic book stores across the nation give away free comic books. Why? Because this weekend almost always sees the movie industry release a film based on comic book [...]

Fido? He’s a Beauty.

Fido? He’s a Beauty.

Fido. Trixie. Bear. Obediah. Standard, funny, nonsensical, and sometimes just plain odd are the names we bestow upon our pets. One of our favorites is for a black Labarador; she answers to the name of Oyster. Whatever their moniker, breed, or pedigree, bring them—one and all—to this Saturday’s Pet Beauty Contest. At One Colorado, owners [...]

Kids in the Kitchen: Health Parade

Kids in the Kitchen: Health Parade

One way to get children interested in being healthy is to make it fun, then make it even more fun. With that goal in mind, The Junior League of Pasadena is hosting its 4th annual Kids in the Kitchen event this Saturday, April 14th. At Madison Elementary School, children of all ages are welcome to [...]

From Nature to Artwork—Let’s Move!

From Nature to Artwork—Let’s Move!

Calling all prospectivel artists, scientists, explorers, and adventurers! Registration for the Arboretum‘s Summer Nature Camp in open now. Scheduled for June and July, the classes emphasize the environment, factual details, history, and art. Your kids will get up close and personal, examining plants and bugs, followed by painting, drawing and sculpting whatever entices their imagination. [...]

Art Center Open House

Art Center Open House

At the end of each seven-week session, Art Center for Kids holds an open house and welcomes elementary and middle school students (grades 4–8) and their parents to come take a peek. Sunday, April 1st, students will exhibit their completed works, and information will be available about upcoming classes, which are held on Sundays, from [...]

Dance Off!

Dance Off!

Is your little one always moving? A turn of the head, a slide to the shoulders, a flick of the knee, or a point to the toe? Do they try to line up friends and siblings to follow along? Maybe they’re a born choreographer. They can glimpse such a future career at “Standing on the [...]

LitFest—From Shakespeare to Mr. Steve

LitFest—From Shakespeare to Mr. Steve

Editor’s Note: Big rain is expected this weekend, so the inaugural LitFest Pasadena, which was going to be largely outdoors at Central Park, has been postponed until Saturday, May 12th. Look for the same great panels, events, signing, and children’s activities. We’ll be there in May! This Saturday’s inaugural LitFest Pasadena will not be only [...]

A Chorus of All-Americans

A Chorus of All-Americans

Now “toe-tapping tunes from the Roaring Twenties” may not sound like the typical “Kid Stuff” that Hometown Pasadena recommends, but we think it may intrigue your tikes when they learn the singers of these tunes—as well as songs from the best of Broadway, California hits like the Beach Boys’ “Little Red Corvette,” rockin’ Dixieland, and [...]

Walking Turtle Island

Walking Turtle Island

Ever heard of Turtle Island? Is that from a Disney film, you ask. A magical, secret place in one of the gazillion shows on Nickelodeon? You’ll have to go further back than that, I’ll tell you. A lot further back, even before cable television. (Did your child just gasp?) It seems at one point in time, long, [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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