Your little daffodil’s Crayola scribbles are brilliant; her finger-painting creations museum-ready. But when it comes to a canvas, just about any flat surface will do.
Your budding artist deserves a wardrobe worthy of such composition. Wugbug’s earth-friendly organic cotton and bamboo collection has just the mix.
Created by a mom in Eugene, the new line of kiddie apparel is utterly artful with designs printed from hand-cut block stamps. Images of butterflies, birdies, and bunnies grace onesies, tees, pants, and dresses. Stripes and stars keep them from looking too frilly.
So she can express her artistic side through her clothes and leave your walls out of it.
What: Little ones build houses from recycled cardboard.
Why: One child’s garbage is another’s art project.
When: Wed., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: Children’s Museum of Tacoma, 936 Broadway, Tacoma (253-627-6031).
World Rhythm Festival
What: Free performances for kids, workshops for the family, and global beats.
Why: It’s a small world after all.
When: Fri., 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Schedule online at swps.org.
Where: Seattle Center House, 305 Harrison St.
Eastside Arts Education Fair
What: Dance performances, music, theater, visual art, and hands-on workshops for kiddos.
Why: Hannah Montana who?
When: Sat., 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: Crossroads Bellevue, 8th St. & 156th Ave. NE, Bellevue.