Kids Art Deco Tour
Led by Rich Uncle Pennybags aka the Monopoly Man
at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm on Saturday and Sunday

Learn about Miami Beach’s Art Deco with a very entertaining character! Tours leave from the MDPL booth in the Kids Club.  
 



ON THE STAGE:

Saturday, January 14th
10:00am: The Fienberg-Fisher K-8 Center Cheerleaders 

10:15am: Mambo Interactive Presentation with The South Florida Center for Percussive Arts (SFCPA) 


11:00am: O’ Miami Poetry Reading with Art Deco Weekend’s Writer’s-in-Residence

11:45am:  Author Isabel Hill book reading
"Counting Colorful Shapes –Art Deco Style"

12:00pm: Xylophone presentation with The South Florida Center for Percussive Arts (SFCPA)

1:00pm: Never Everglades Stage Show with Fantasy Theater Factory


2:00pm: Greater Miami Youth Symphony Jazz Band

2:45pm: Author Isabel Hill “Counting Colorful Shapes-Art Deco Style” book reading

3:00pm: Greater Miami Youth Symphony Jazz Band performs a second set for your listening pleasure!

4:00pm: The Fienberg-Fisher K-8 Center Cheerleaders


Sunday, January 15th

10:00am: Mambo/Cuban Presentation with The South Florida Center for Percussive Arts (SFCPA)


11:00am:   AFAB Karaoke/Dance Performance with Fantasy Theater Factory


11:45am: Author Isabel Hill “Counting Colorful Shapes-Art Deco Style” book reading

12:00pm:  Xylophone presentation with The South Florida Center for Percussive Arts (SFCPA)


1:00pm: Never Everglades Stage Show with Fantasy Theater Factory


2:00pm:  THE JECC BOOTCAMP ENSEMBLE Sponsored by The Sunshine Jazz Organization

2:45pm:  Author Isabel Hill “Counting Colorful Shapes-Art Deco Style” book reading

3:00pm: THE JECC BOOTCAMP ENSEMBLE Sponsored by The Sunshine Jazz Organization 


4:00pm:  Listen to the musical styling of legendary jazz songstress Sarah Jane. She will transport you to another era.

 

  

The Kids' Club 

Children’s programming

The Kids’ Club in Lummus Park at 13th Street
Activities from 10am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday

Flappers and Dappers: Wolfsonian-FIU Museum presents “Flappers & Dappers: Dress in Deco with The Wolfsonian-FIU” Travel back to the 20s and 30s through fashion! Learn about Art Deco design by creating your very own flapper headpiece or dapper hat.

Clay Art: Bass Museum will help families will use clay and markers to recreate a mini replica of the monumental sculpture in Collins Park by Ugo Rondinone, Miami Mountain.   

Art with PAMM: PAMM will help you create your own masterpiece with free family art-making lead by Pérez Art Museum Miami teaching artists. 

Art Deco Toys: Miami Design Preservation League (MDPL) will teach families more about the toys of the Art Deco era. The Art Deco Museum’s toy display will take up residence in the Kids Club for Art Deco Weekend. Families can create their own paper dolls or build an Art Deco building with construction toys created and popularized in the first half of the 20th Century.


Kids Art Deco Tour led by Rich Uncle Pennybags aka the Monopoly Man
Tours depart at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm on Saturday and Sunday
Learn about Miami Beach’s Art Deco with a very entertaining character! Tours leave from the MDPL booth in the Kids Club.


Feathered Flamingos: Flamingo Park Neighborhood Association (FPNA)
The Flamingo Park Neighbors Association will be making feathered flamingos in the Children’s Area.  Come create your own bird and meet your neighbors!

Fienberg Fisher K-8 Parent Teacher Association (PTA):
PTA volunteers will be selling Hot Dogs, Pizza, Wraps, Chips, Cotton Candy, Popcorn, Raw Juice, water and soft drinks. All proceeds will benefit Fienberg-Fisher K-8 Center PTA. The booth is sponsored by GRIECO LAW and Beach Towing.

Art Deco Weekend Event

Art Deco Weekend Kid's Club is open January 14 and 15, 2017
from 10am to 5pm on Ocean Drive at 13th Street, Miami Beach


The Kids Club is the place for family friendly fun at Art Deco Weekend. The stage will feature music, dance, theater, storytime and more for kids of all ages. The Bass Museum, Wolfsonian-FIU, PAMM and others will provide free crafts as well. Activities are ongoing between 10am and 5pm on Saturday and Sunday. 





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