Sundays: Kids (8+) can spend the day at Fashion Camp learning to sew! Campers will complete a project of their choice in one day – perfect for the beginner or returning student!
Weekends: The Newport Bay Conservancy offers a two-hour guided kayak tour of the Back Bay.
Daily: A monthly calendar of story times, crafts, homework help and family-friendly events at libraries in the Orange County library system.
May 20: Party for the Planet is an all-zoo event promotes conservation and the environment. There will be eco-friendly crafts, bird bingo, hands-on demonstrations, education stations and tips on recycling.
Third Sundays: In these free drop-in workshops families will work together to create artwork inspired by Museum exhibitions.
May 19-20: Get out of the city and head to the mountains for a festival of liliacs. Festivities include entertainment, games, parades, vendors, food and more!
Third Sundays: Guides will point out the common plants, animals and birds and discuss history, endangered species, ecology and restoration.
May 19-20: For those who think they have seen all there is to see of the museum’s
historic houses and collection, think again!
Saturdays: Chuck Jones Center for Creativity is a great place for kids to express themselves creatively. Good for children of all ages (must be accompanied by an adult).
Third Sundays: Hands-on art-making program offered by Laguna Art Museum on a drop-in basis on the third Sunday of every month. Kids and their families create a piece of art, inspired by one of the current exhibits.