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November 2019 Creation Station is planned for Saturday, November 2. Theme is Brilliant Brown.

Get creative with history! Using and experimenting with a wide variety of colorful and natural materials, children can create seasonal arts and crafts. This FREE drop-in program takes place rain or shine. November’s theme is Dia de los Muertos and features three themed crafts: Sugar Skull decorating, Catrina Dolls, and Paper Marigolds. Additional holiday surprises[…]

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Get creative with history! Using and experimenting with a wide variety of colorful and natural materials, children can create seasonal arts and crafts. This FREE drop-in program takes place rain or shine. November’s theme is Dia de los Muertos. Please note: there will be no Creation Station next month in December as we will be[…]

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October 2019 Creation Station is planned for Saturday, October 5. Theme is Outrageous Orange.

Creation Station returns in October and welcomes all ages to come and get creative with history! Using and experimenting with a wide variety of colorful and natural materials, children can create seasonal arts and crafts. This FREE drop-in program takes place rain or shine. October’s theme is Outrageous Orange and features the following crafts: Paper[…]

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Attendees may buy tickets at the door or online (online sales will end at 11:00 am on 7/14/19).   Make real adobe bricks, plaster the horno, construct a mini-adobe home, compete in mud relay races, and much more — all while learning about Southern California’s rich history! Adobe is one of the oldest building materials on[…]

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Get creative with history! Using and experimenting with a wide variety of colorful and natural materials, children can create seasonal arts and crafts. This drop-in program takes place rain or shine. June’s theme is Rainbow Surprise. PLEASE NOTE: After this date, Creation Station goes on hiatus during the Summer months and will resume Fall 2019. Date TBA.[…]

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In this workshop, Rancho Los Cerritos Horticulturist Marie Barnidge-McIntyre will lead a presentation on the meanings of various flowers and herbs, and then participants can arrange their own small bouquet, called a tussie-mussie, to bring home. 

Using a wide variety of colorful materials, children can experiment with natural materials to create seasonal arts and crafts.

Julia Bogany, a Tongva Tribal Councilmember, will lead a special workshop where children can make necklaces and learn a few Tongva words.

Enjoy an evening out and get in touch with your artistic side at Paint Night, where artist Ron Libbrecht will guide you as you create a unique watercolor painting inspired by RLC’s gardens.

Using a wide variety of colorful materials, children can experiment with natural materials to create seasonal arts and crafts.