Saturday, August 6, 2011

August 2011 Activities at Museo Pambata

FYI parents! Let's continue to help our kids pursue learning outside the school environment. Museo Pambata is a good place to experience new things in interactive and fun ways.

Until August 23
Drop by the exhibit "How Books are Made", which tells us all about the book-making process through the sketches of illustrator Frances Alcaraz. You can also see how these stories turn into ballet shows, with Ballet Manila's "Mga Kwento ni Lola Basyang".

August 6
Anino sa Museo, 10 AM
Watch shadows and lights perform your favorite songs and stories with Anino Shadowplay Collective. You can also get a chance to try out shadow puppetry!

August 6 – 20
Guhit ČESko
Take a look at the colorful artworks of talented kids depicting the Czech Republic in an exhibit featuring the entries of the recently concluded art competition, Guhit ČESko : the Czech Republic through my eyes.

August 7
MP Guides Corner, 2 PM
All aboard! Let the museum's guides teach you how to make a boat out of tissue roll tubes and scrap materials!

August 13
Sayaw Manila!, 10 AM
Join the Manila Dance Company in dancing to the beat of modern and contemporary tunes! Let them teach you some of their moves after the performance.

Imperio Animalia, 11 AM
Sipat Lawin Ensemble presents their own spin on George Orwell's Animal Farm through a theater production!

August 20
Ang Bayanihan sa Museo, 10 AM
Dance with the Bayanihan! Enjoy a performance featuring dances from all around the Philippines, and join the dancers afterwards in a learn-to-dance session.

Linggo ng Wika Chorale Fest, 2 PM
Let’s celebrate Linggo ng Wika with music! Witness different children’s choral groups showcase their talents in a Filipino-themed songfest.

August 21
MP Guides Corner, 2 PM
Mold your clay into fun shapes by making clay shapers in a fun arts and crafts activity.

August 27
It’s Your Right to Know Your Rights!, 10 AM
Kids learn more about the rights of a child with the members of MP's Children's Advocacy Program and Ms. Sana Sta. Ana through games and arts and crafts.

August 30
MP Guides Corner, 2 PM
Commemorate Eid’l Fitr by making okir mats with the museum guides.

Note: All activities are subject to change without prior notice. Visit Museo Pambata at Roxas Blvd. Corner South Drive, Manila. Museum hours from Tuesday to Saturday is 8 am to 5 pm and 1 to 5pm during Sundays. Admission fee is 100 pesos for children and adults, with special discounts for group tours. Manila residents with valid IDs are free on Tuesdays and can enjoy 50% off on fees on all other days. For more information, call 523-1797/98 and 536-0595 or email

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