Bounce into spring at Asia Society Texas Center’s Family Day

Photo Courtesy of Asia Society Texas

Rally the troops and join in the fun at Asia Society Texas’ Family Day: Spring Holidays this Saturday, March 14, 2015.

Photo Courtesy of Asia Society Texas
Photo Courtesy of Asia Society Texas

Kids of all ages are invited to play around and get active at the afternoon event that celebrates new beginnings through exploring spring holidays in Asia. Holi, the Hindu festival of colors, will be explored through activities, demonstrations, and performances. Other festivals and traditions included are Nowruz, the Persian New Year; Setsubun, the Japanese spring festival; Shogatsu, the Japanese New Year; and Songkran, the Thai New Year.

Attendees can expect egg coloring, live music, dancing, painting, and even mask making. Stick around for artful demonstrations including fruit carving and a Japanese doll display. The event is free for members of the center or $5 for individuals. Family rates are also available.

Spring Holidays at Asia Society Texas Center

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