San Antonio, Texas: KLRN invites you to celebrate the Week of the Young Child at Kids Day in the Park, held on Saturday, April 14, 2018, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at San Pedro Springs Park, 1315 San Pedro Ave., San Antonio, TX. This family-friendly event promises to provide fun and educational activities for children ages 10 and under and will be held rain or shine.
Close to 2,000 people are expected to attend this FREE spring event. Families will have an opportunity to visit informational booths sponsored by schools and child care centers, nonprofit organizations, local businesses and city departments. KLRN’s Education team will share with family’s activity ideas adults can offer to help prepare children for school success. Agencies will share information on free parent and caregiver workshops; many of these workshops provide families with hands-on learning activities, free materials and books.
Kids Day activity booths include face painting, sensory stations, gross motor activities, science exploration, and arts and crafts areas. Entertainment will include dancers and musicians on stage throughout the day; mascot characters include The Cat in the Hat.
Kids Day in the Park is presented by KLRN Public Television and numerous other organizations and individuals who have contributed time and in-kind donations in order to make this event happen.
KLRN is the emmy-award winning Public Television station for South Central Texas broadcasting to a 30-county radius. The mission of KLRN is to open a world of lifelong learning through trustworthy and enriching programs on-air, online and in our community. KLRN cultivates programs that support the station’s mission and commitment to education. It is our “beyond television” strategy that forms KLRN’s educational engagement model — to prepare children for kindergarten and academic success; to positively impact the quality of care; and to share resources that will enhance classroom instruction.
KLRN Public Television, San Antonio Associations for the Education of Young Children, San Antonio Area Foundation, United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County, Texas Health and Human Services, Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, Ready Kid SA