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Crocker Palooza!

 

The family that plays together stays together! Come celebrate the arts, creativity, and good old-fashioned fun at the Crocker’s second annual FamilyPalooza.

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Quite the bunch came together at the Crocker to join us in the annual Crocker Family Art Palooza!

So much fun seeing everyone being silly and having fun in the booth!

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All of the families big or small had the best time inside the booth making funny faces and using our awesome props!

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The event was amazing some of things that everyone got to part take in were the Sketch It: Enjoy a special outdoor version of the Crocker’s popular sketching program
Circus School: Learn to juggle or spin hoops
Bookmobile: Check out a book from Sacramento’s “library on the go”
Capital Adoptive Families Alliance: Add your drawing to our Self-Portrait Quilt
Sacramento Rainbow Families: Make a colorful, circus-inspired necktie
California State Parks: Celebrate the 150th anniversary of our State Park System
Storytelling Through Quilting: View a demonstration of studio art quilting

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Fabulous strong kids here!

Giggle & Riot had the best time at this event!

Thanks to the Crocker art museum for having us at their event and thank you to all the guests for having fun in the booth! We were so pleased and happy to see the results of the photos after the event! Until next time!

The first public art museum founded in the Western United States, the Crocker Art Museum was established in 1885 and is now one of the leading art museums in California. The Crocker serves as the primary regional resource for the study and appreciation of fine art. The Museum offers a diverse spectrum of special exhibitions and programs to complement its collections of Californian art, works on paper, European art, international ceramics, photography, Asian art, and African and Oceanic art.

The Crocker Art Museum is the only museum in the Sacramento region accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, a recognition given to less than 800 of the nation’s 17,500 museums. AAM accreditation certifies that a museum operates according to standards set forth by the museum profession, manages its collections responsibly and provides quality service to the public.

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