Coming soon - Tiny Treasures Children's Art Boutique – Kids will love the chance to purchase their very own fine art donated by exhibiting artists. No adults allowed! Visit this children's-only tent inside the ArtiKids area. Proceeds benefit the Arts.
Coming soon - Resource Depot Green Zone by Eco - All artist participating in the Green Zone have used 70% upcycled materials made into wearable art along with art for your home and garden. Proceeds benefit __________ - a reuse center which collects business discards, samples, and scraps that would ordinarily end up in the landfill and then donates these materials back to educators, parents, children, seniors and other nonprofit agencies.
INTERACTIVE FREE KIDS ART BOOTHS
Animal Allies We may have our humane education animals there helping children make dog and cat toys, designed humane messages for neighborhoods. Animal Allies Humane Society strives to ensure a lifetime of loving care for every pet by reducing overpopulation, increasing adoption, and fostering humane values. Our humane education programs educate children on the humane treatment and responsibility for our companion animals and uses the character pillars of respect, responsibility, kindness, citizenship, trustworthiness, and honesty as guidelines for discussion and activities with youth. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Becky's Dancers will be making bracelets with kids. Becky's is a dance studio in Duluth that is here to support the homeless children of Duluth. Contact info email@example.com.
Duluth Art Institute - will be making _________. The Duluth Art Institute enriches daily life with dynamic, innovative arts programming that upholds excellence and promotes active community participation. Since its incorporation in 1907, the DAI has become the Northland's premier center for the exhibition, study and production of visual arts, achieving its mission and goals through three primary services for artists and the community at large: The Exhibition Program, Education Program and Artist services. Today, the DAI serves a population of approximately 3132,500 in Northeastern Minnesota and Northwestern Wisconsin from its two locations in Duluth, MN. Contact info firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Footsteps Children who visit this booth will have the opportunity to create clay sculpture pieces that will become a part of a larger piece. In addition, they will be able to make mini-pieces to take home with them. Project Footsteps is a non-profit with a mission to inspire, empower, and prepare youth and communities to be change agents, social leaders, and volunteers. Contact info email@example.com
Seeds of Hope - Children will have the opportunity to pet a pony. Seeds of Hope Youth Ranch is a place of hope, encouragement, and love where the lives of children and horses are changed. Contact info firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wildwoods Rehabilitation will be making cut-out squirrels and bunnies with kids. Wildwood Rehabilitation is a nonprofit organization in Duluth. Wildlife rehabilitator and volunteers work to help orphaned and injured animals return to their natural lives. We are also a resource for people who find these animals. Our mission is to promote the understanding, appreciation, and well-being of wildlife and the world we share through compassion, care, and community involvement. Contact info email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Becky's Dancers will be selling bracelets for plates of promise. Beckys dance studio performance teams will be helping raise money to keep area youth off the streets through selling bracelets or kids can make their own bracelets, stop on by to donate for a good cause. Constact email@example.com or 349-0805 for more details.
Latoya Fletcher will be doing facepainting & kids art.
Plates of Promise click here for more details.