Oct. 14th - Let's Get Crafty at CraftBox

Oct. 14th - Let's Get Crafty at CraftBox

Kids & Art participants are getting ready for another fun-filled destination workshop with the wonderful team at CraftBox in Los Gatos. Craftbox has a full menu of projects to choose from, ranging from jewelry making, woodworking, creating with fabrics to paper crafts. Participants will surely find something to spark their creativity.

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How To Help Children Deal With Grief And Loss

How To Help Children Deal With Grief And Loss

Nowadays, there’s plenty of literature that addresses parental grief as every day, families lose a child to an accident or a disease like pediatric cancer. However, less is said about the grief experienced by a sibling, and children can be overwhelmed at losing a beloved brother or sister. According to a study, one in five children will experience the death of someone close to them by age 18. 

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Hope in Art

Hope in Art

I am very lucky to be a cancer survivor. A lot has changed for me from those early, sickly days. I’m now 16, in high school, and am an active athlete. I played club soccer for many years, eventually becoming captain of a team which traveled to Sweden for an international tournament. I now play water polo for a club and for Aragon High School. I also enjoy skiing, using my new drivers license and hanging out with friends. I like sleeping in late, being on my cell phone and don’t like doing homework: in other words, I’m now a typical teenager. 
 

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June 1, 3 - 6pm Celebration "Kids & Art: The Artists - A Group Exhibition"

To celebrate and give thanks to our talented artists that have volunteered their time and effort teaching our kids new artistic techniques and broadening their creative horizons over the years – Kids & Art is hosting a special one day art exhibition at Gallerie Citi in Burlingame on Sunday, June 1st** from **3 – 6 p.m.

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Kids and Art Foundation – Going Strong

In the last five years, Kids & Art has come a long way. Its original mission was to provide a place for kids with cancer to meet and enjoy creating art without the shadow of their illness in the room for a few hours. Today the participants in the workshops include the care circles of the kids—siblings, family, friends—as well as children whose parents have been affected by the disease.

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