Wee Wednesday + St. Patty’s Day at Art Beast

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Are you in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit yet? With two days to go, you have a couple more opportunities to participate in *FREE* (or cheap) family activities on Wednesday.

First up, St. Patrick’s Day at Art Beast takes place from 9AM to 6PM and includes Irish storytelling, Shamrock art, green dough, and St. Patrick’s Day crafts. There will even be and a round of Irish tales and Drum Circle at 10:30AM and Irish dance at 10:30AM. This celebration is perfect for the wee ones! The Art Beast St. Patrick’s Day event is *FREE* for members or with admission to Art Beast. Admission for adults and children over 1 is $8 (one extra adult in family and children under 12 months are *FREE*.)

If you don’t have time (or energy) to take your children to Art Beast, Trader Joe’s is coming to your rescue with *FREE* face painting on St. Patrick’s Day. Get some grocery shopping done, pick up a bouquet of Irish Bells for yourself and let the kiddos take home a green balloon (my one-year-old’s favorite part.) Thank you TJ’s.

For your child ages 3-5 make sure to check out Wee Wednesday at the Crocker Art Museum. Wee Wednesdays are designed for children and the special adult in their lives. Encourage your early learner’s development through multi-sensory activities inspired by art and storytelling. Reservations are required however the workshop is *FREE* with admission. Admission to the Crocker is $6 for adults, $4 for seniors and $3 for students. To register, call 916.808.1182 or email education@crockerartmuseum.org.

Art Beast is located at 2226 K Street and for more information click here or call 916.441.1233.

Trader Joe’s is located at 5000 Folsom Boulevard and is open from 9AM-8PM. For more information click here or call 916.456.1853.

The Crocker Art Museum is located at 216 O Street and for more information click here or call 916.808.7000.

We’ll see you there!

Do you have a favorite Trader Joe’s find? Personally, I think their frozen lemonade has something in it that makes it addictive. I can’t get enough of the stuff.

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