SUMMER 2021

FAMILY ART DAYS

Inspired by African Twilight
• SJIMA’s summer exhibition June 10 – September 13
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TAKE-HOME ART PACKS

Family Art Days offer the community free, imaginative projects for children with their family members to create at home. 

Saturday's 11-2 pm Art Pack Pick-up

Participants must RSVP in advance below.

For the Summer program, families need to pre-register for each week's take-home pack, so enough supplies are available.

 

RSVP TODAY TAKE-HOME PACKS

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
NUBIAN PYRAMIDS OF THE SUDAN - A BEST KEPT SECRET
3- D architectural constructions of the poster board.
Click to RSVP
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The Family Art Days program is sponsored by Suzy Wakefield, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Leonie Griswold, Anonymous, National Endowment for the Arts and the Washington State Arts Commission.

We also thank the Archipelago Collective, special supporters.

FAD lessons designed by Lana Hickman.

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Requirements for Healthy Participation

Anyone participating in the program should not pick up a pack if they have had any of the following symptoms within the past 3 days:

 

  • A cough

  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

  • A fever of 100.4 degrees F or a sense of having a fever

  • A sore throat

  • Chills

  • New loss of taste or smell

  • Muscle or body aches not due to vigorous exercise

  • Nausea/vomiting/diarrhea

  • Congestion/running nose- not related to seasonal allergies

  • Unusual or unexplained fatigue

  • Dry, cracked lips and mouth sores

 

No one should pick up a pack if these situations apply:

 

  • Diagnosed with COVID-19 and have not recovered or are still within the 14 -day quarantine period                                                                                                

  • Contact with a person that has or is suspected to have COVID-19 within the last 14 days    

 

If any individual, while participating in FADs experiences any of the listed symptoms, they will leave voluntarily.