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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Lip Balm Explosion

Lip Balm Explosion

Create your own flavoured Lip Balms
And ,,, of course soap!!
Drop In
12pm - 4pm
Saturday May 17th
Sunday May 18th
Pay for what you make





Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Mothers Day Soap Making Workshops

Soap Making Mothers Day Workshop



Finally Spring has sprung!

What better way then to celebrate with soap??

Make mom a special bouquet of soap flowers.

Drop in Sat May 3th Sunday May 4th and Saturday May 10th

12pm-4pm

Pay for what you make starting at $5.00

Fun for the whole family



Monday, April 21, 2014

Kid Culture Creates Soap


Introducing our soap making paradise 

                                  Come join us every Saturday and Sunday 12-4 and make soap.
                                  Just Drop In!!
                                  Pay for what you make warning it is very addictive be prepared to have a ton of fun.







and if this isn't all you can take come June 2014  we will be hosting BIRTHDAY PARTIES !!!!
The best loot bag ever something you can actually use


Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Saturday, November 2, 2013

HOOTENANNY

How many hours did you spend in the cold 

school gym, with foot-stomping rhythms playing on the Boom-Box and your gym teacher hollering for you to find-a-partner-and-doh-see-doh already? Well, those hours are about to pay off - bust out your hoop skirts & dust off your cowboy boots! The Junction Project presents November's Family Dance Party; The Hootenanny!


No need to dig deep into your memory for the how-to, we'll have a caller accompanying our live fiddle band. Did we mention it's a LIVE FIDDLE BAND?! How cool is that?

So come & enjoy some amazing live music while our kidlets promenade (see? I paid attention all those years ago) on the dance floor!

Tickets are on sale now at Kid Culture (3124 Dundas West) and are $10 each, babes in arms free.

 With

The Junction old time string band. 

. Old time Appalachian fiddle tunes


Georgina Blanchard fiddle, Tim Bradford guitar, Travis McCauley banjo. The caller is Peg Evans, a Canadian opera co chorus member and Waldorf trained music teacher.


 PRESENTED BY THE JUNCTION PROJECT




Tuesday, October 8, 2013

HALLOWEEN KIDS CRAFTS CRAWL




OCTOBER COMMUNITY EVENT LISTING:
DATE: Saturday, October 26 from 1-5 pm
Hallowe'en Kids' Craft Crawl in the Junction!  
Come on out with your kids to make some spooky Hallowe'en arts & crafts at our first annual, walkable Kids' Craft Crawl along Dundas St. West from Clendenan Ave to Keele St.  Explore the artsy & unique Junction neighborhood.  Children of all ages are welcome and all crafts are free!  Visit all 7 participating venues & enjoy door prizes, special offers & fun! 
Admission: FREE
Participating venues: Kid Culture/Pitter Potter- 3124 Dundas St.W; Adventures in Art for Kids- 3081 Dundas St.W;
Wise Daughters/Ladee Bee Yarn & Beads- at Dundas & Quebec Ave;  Snug as a Bug- 3022 Dundas St.W; Creative Childrens' Dance Center- 2968 Dundas St.W, lower level;Articulations- 2928 Dundas St.W; Above Ground Art Supplies- 2868 Dundas St. W.
More info email: undinearts@yahoo.ca
www.facebook.com/Junction Hallowe'en Kids Craft Crawl


Tuesday, September 10, 2013

HALLOWEEN COSTUME SWAP

There's a chill in the air and the kids are settling back into school, so it must be time to think Halloween right?  Yes, it’s time to tackle the dress up bin and trade out all the old too small costumes for fun new to you, and ones that fit again. Let's green this Halloween and swap costumes!





Kid Culture, Pitter Potter, Diana Nazareth Photography, Green Moms Collective and Play Me Mama present the 2nd Annual Junction Halloween Costume Swap.





The event will be held from 10 a.m. till 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5th at Kid Culture, 3124 Dundas St W Toronto, ON. Costumes and accessories to be swapped can be dropped off at Kid Culture from Sunday September 22nd till Friday October 4th.





How it works: From Sunday September 22nd till Friday October 4th you bring in all the costumes of Halloween's past that no longer fit, or are no longer wanted at your house to Kid Culture (clean please!). We'll give you a swap ticket for every costume you bring in and then on Saturday October 5th from 10 am till 6 pm come back and take home some new to you costumes. No costumes from Halloween's past haunting your house yet, no problem you can buy a costume from the swap stash for a $5.00 donation to The Redwood, a safe haven for Woman and Children fleeing abuse.  Kid Culture carries locally produced costumes in the shop and you'll want to book a Halloween party with Pitter Potter.



Diana Nazareth Photography will be set up with a Photo Booth, Play Me Mama will have costumes for sale, Green Moms Collective has green info for you to share and hopefully we will have some fun workshops for your little ones to enjoy also