Ann Arbor Summer Festival KidZone: Nam Center for Korean Studies
Enjoy a variety of Korean activities such as Jegichagi (Korean hacky sack), Yut Nori (iconic Korean board game) and Tuho (rubber arrow tossing). Kids will learn about Korean customs in a fun, interactive, and accessible manner. Families can also try on and take pictures in Hanboks (traditional Korean garments).
An interactive area for our youngest festival-goers, the KidZone tent provides a fun and safe area for children and their parents to discover and explore a wide variety of hands-on activities with different community partners. From learning karate, creating homemade instruments, or meeting prehistoric critters, KidZone offers different nightly activities for families at Top of the Park.
Led by community partners, all sessions are free, and take place from 5 to 8 pm every Tuesday through Sunday at the KidZone tent at Top of the Park.
|Event Type:||Fair / Festival|
|Tags:||Asia, Family, Kids, Korea|
|Source:||Happening @ Michigan from Nam Center for Korean Studies, International Institute, Asian Languages and Cultures|
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