Sunday, Apr 9, 2017 • 10am–3pm
ADMISSION: Present your SFPL Card for free admission. Youth 18 and under always free.
Join us as we celebrate books, reading, and the story sharing tradition of Passover at The CJM’s annual Family Day. Stories come alive with acrobatic storytelling by Acrolele, Puppy Dog Tales, kid authors sharing their books, letterpress bookplate projects, free cake, and more!
Presented in partnership with the San Francisco Public Library, SF Center for the Book, SF Unified School District, and San Francisco SPCA’s Puppy Dog Tales.
Come early when The Museum opens just for young kids and their grownups to enjoy Passover play and art-making.
Visit the Green Bookmobile, get a new library card, and continue your exploration of books. Look for them in front of The Museum on Mission Street.
Create your own book loving buttons with teen interns from SFPL.
Watch, listen, and enjoy Kate and the Beanstalk—part acrobatics, part storytelling, part ukulele, and completely fun!
Join our special guest artist from SF Center for the Book to make your own book art.
Calling all kids (ages 5–18): we want to hear your jokes. In conjunction with the exhibition Roz Chast: Cartoon Memoirs, The CJM is making a video of kids telling jokes to be screened in the Zim Zoom Family Room. Come with your best joke for a chance to be included in the first ever Kid Comics at The CJM. (Registration recommended.)
Listen to a variety of children’s books, and meet the lovable canines from the SPCA’s Puppy Dog Tales.
Come view the enchanting collection of books created by San Francisco public school students, from kindergarten through grade 12.
“Acrolele" is the joined forces of Nikki Borodi and Link Zampino bringing entertainment and storytelling unlike anything you've seen before. Watch Borodi strum her ukulele and sing while Zampino juggles her on his hands and feet! This visually stunning acrobatic, musical, and vocal performance is guaranteed to make adults and children giggle with delight!
Presented in partnership with the San Francisco Public Library, SF Center for the Book, and San Francisco SPCA’s Puppy Dog Tales.
Family Programs are made possible with presenting partnership by the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation. Major support comes from Bank of America and the Koret Foundation. Additional support comes from Dick Blick Art Materials.