Category: Art Kids

Cookie decorating class gives back to local kids battling cancer | WTAJ

ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) — Have you made any plans for Valentine’s Day? If you’re looking for something to do with your sweetheart and give back while doing it – this is just the event for you!

The Brian Morden Foundation will be holding a virtual Sweet Art event on Valentine’s Day.
Brian was a local boy who lost his battle to cancer in 2003. His mom, Dawn, has created a foundation to support other local kids who are battling childhood cancer.

The foundation is raising money through a virtual cookie decorating class over Zoom to help these kiddos. The kits

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Edmonds Kind of Play: High school sports, Black Lives Matter activities, family art workshop

Last week was the end of the first semester for the Edmonds School District. Semesters weren’t even really on my radar until I had a middle schooler and didn’t have the full “I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record” feeling until I had a high schooler — last weekend on my Mom Walk, it was a big topic of conversation for us and we passed a group of moms talking about the same thing, same tone… It was also announced last week that athletic directors from all Wesco League high schools met and voted

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Classy Art Partners with Million Meal Movement to Fight Hunger

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Houston, TX Feb 5, 2021- Premier wholesale wall art and décor supplier Classy Art, LLC is proud to announce a partnership with the Indianapolis-based Million Meal Movement in their effort to provide nutritious meal packages to food pantries. Gabriel Cohen, CEO and President of Classy Art, said he was inspired around the holidays last year to come up with a way for his company to give back and make a tangible difference in 2021 and beyond.

Knowing that food poverty is an ongoing concern,

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Tallahassee business owners create contest to inspire kids to express themselves

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — A group of Tallahassee business owners have come up with a unique way to inspire kids to express themselves.

The Kicks Collective is a contest for kids to create a custom design on a pair of shoes.

“Everyone wears shoes right? And shoes take you places every day,” business partner Morgan Evers said. “But, shoes can also be a vehicle to express yourself.”

Kicks Collective blank canvas template

The Kicks Collective

Using a blank canvas above, kids come up with hand-painted designs.

“We’re in the middle of a pandemic,” business partner Eddie Gonzalez Loumiet said. “There are kids at home. There are

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