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Target Family Days - Fun Family Event - This Sunday 7/12!

Original post made by RWC EVENTS on Jul 10, 2009

Target Family Days, generously sponsored by Target Stores, will attract kids and adults of all ages one Sunday per month, from 11am until 3pm. Three cultural themes including East Indian-Bollywood, Hawaiian and Latin will round out each enriching event with music, children' s performers, hands-on activities for kids and more. There will be something for everyone, as Courthouse Square becomes the center of a magical assortment of family entertainment. Plus, the street will be closed to through traffic, making a family outing in Downtown a safe and gratifying experience.

featuring
Dholrhythms of Non Stop Bhangra
Indian Dancing & Lessons
Geetanjali and Wild Wonders Animals

and...

Cultural Food
Street Performers
Themed Cooking Demonstrations
Themed Face Painting
Art Stations with FREE projects!
Balloon Artistry
Caricature Artist
Henna Art
Bay Area Parent Pictaroo
Leimaking
Flowers & Baked Goods for Sale
Bounce Houses & more!

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Posted by RWC EVENTS, a resident of another community
on Jul 10, 2009 at 6:02 pm

Target Family Days Details
Sunday, July 12
11am-3pm
Courthouse Square, 2200 Broadway, RWC 94063
MAP: Web Link

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