Kidspace Gardens Offer an Arroyo Adventure

By Michael Berick

Outdoor fun - Arroyo Adventure

Kids can make music at the pepper tree. PHOTO COURTESY KIDSPACE

Wondering what has been happening in the Kidspace gardens, which have been closed since early January? All will be revealed from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. April 30 and May 1 during the grand opening of the new Kidspace Arroyo Adventure. The museum has designed this new space to help children connect with nature and creative play and to offer outdoor fun for families.

The Arroyo Adventure will be made up of eight interactive exhibits that serve to inspire kids’ imaginations. Children can learn about and play instruments at the Pepper Tree Music Jam, get constructive making bricks in the Mud & Clay Area and see how we get our food in the Harvest Corner.

Young adventurers can also get a bird’s-eye view from the Hawk’s Nest, create buildings at the Hidden Forts area and learn about water and erosion at Floodplain. The renovated garden will have an art space as well as a special place for infants and toddlers to play.

Find the fun at 480 N. Arroyo Blvd., Pasadena; www.kidspacemuseum.org. $11 ages 1 and older.

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