Kids Activity Schedule for Saturday
10:00am – 2:00pm
Every year on Saturday morning a beautiful labyrinth is born out of love, joy and unity. Children and the children at heart all contribute to the newest temporary artwork on downtown’s main intersection at 3rd and Broadway Streets.
11:00am – 3:00pm
Slime! Creating with Clay! Quilted Potholders! Handmade Soap! Funtastic Fans! Bookmarks! A Mini Mural! These are just a few of the free hands-on art activities available for young artists of all ages. The Estacada Area Arts Commission and number of local organizations are sponsoring these opportunities.
11:30am – 12:15pm
Children, families and community members of all ages are sure to enjoy the Circus Cascadia’s unique “Gorilla Circus,” which kicks off Saturday’s main stage performances. This fun-loving clown ensemble, back by popular demand, will teach circus-skills workshops throughout the day until about 3:30 PM
Slime! Creating with Clay! Quilted Potholders! Fish Prints! Bubble Art! A Mini Mural! These are just a few of the free hands-on art activities available for young artists from 11:00-3:00 on Saturday. The Estacada Area Arts Commission and a number of local organizations are sponsoring these opportunities.
Children of all ages will enjoy trying their hands at the following art experiences:
Estacada Area Arts Commission – bubble art, face painting, clay creations, mini-mural painting
Estacada Area Literary Foundation – bookmarks
Estacada Parks and Recreation Commission – necklaces and bracelets
Estacada Public Library – “Universe of Stories”
Estacada School District – rock painting
McIver State Park – fish prints
Orchestracada – instrument petting zoo
Philip Foster Farm – pioneer craft
Skip-a-Week Quilt Club – quilted potholders
Todos Juntos – slime, paper activity
And check out Circus Cascadia workshops near the main stage. After their 11:30 clown show, these talented performers can teach you their tricks. Learn to ride a unicycle, use a hula hoop, walk a balance beam, juggle!
You also can help paint a street labyrinth at the intersection of Third and Broadway streets on Saturday morning or observe (and help) local artist Jon Birchfield carve a totem.