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Chinese New Year Tangrams for First Sundays!

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Celebrate Chinese New Year at the Center for Social Justice and Civil Liberties on February 7th from 1-4pm! Surprise your family and friends with tangrams, the ancient Chinese puzzle made of seven simple shapes.


Tangrams are puzzles that form a specific shape. The name of the Chinese puzzle literally translates to “seven boards of skill”. Using only seven unique shapes, you will be taught how to make distinct figures from the given pieces.


The art of tangrams are a great way for any age to exercise and develop stronger problem solving skills. When arranged correctly, the results are astonishing!

2016 Monkey

2016 is the year of the monkey in the Chinese zodiac. Ring it in with this fun family craft!

First Sundays is a seasonal series of free family programs featuring different activities for children and teens at seven different downtown locations.

This post was written by work-study student Carisse Zepeda.


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