Free Spring Classes at Charles Schulz Museum (April 2-6)/Free Books & Author Event - March 31
posted 3 months ago by kerencolsten from School House Distribution Center in South Sebastopol, CA
FREE SPRING BREAK CLASSES April 2 – 6 The Schulz Museum is offering one free spring break class to children displaced by the fires, while space is available. Kids in grades K – 6 can learn to cartoon, create art, and even ice skate! Spring break class schedule can be found online at: schulzmuseum.org/learn/classes-camps To request a free spring break class for your child, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (707) 284-1265 Please provide your FEMA number. Class space is limited and must be reserved in advance.
FREE BOOKS & AUTHOR EVENT Saturday, March 31 | 10:30 am – 1:00 pm Free Dork Diaries and Max Crumbly books for children who lost their homes in the North Bay fires will be available to reserve and pick up at the Schulz Museum. Also meet the author, Rachel Renée Russell, and her daughter/illustrator, Nikki on Saturday, March 31! Free books must be reserved in advance. Come to the Museum on March 31 to meet the author and get your books signed in person! To reserve free books and make pick up arrangements, email email@example.com or call (707) 284-1265
Please provide your FEMA number. Books are limited and will be given away on a first come, first served basis.
Thank you to Simon and Schuster and Rachel Renée Russell for their generous donation.
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