Events just for the young

July 20, 1991

TODAY

Noon: Registration for building with Tyco Super Blocks (lobbyLyric Opera House).

1 p.m.: Go Global! International performances for children presents African storytelling (Decker Auditorium).

Art-Ventures Children's Activities Tent features art activities promoting literacy until 8 p.m. (AAA Parking Lot, Fox Building).

Creative landscaping for children using 100,000 Tyco Super Blocks (lobby, Lyric Opera House).

1:30 p.m.: Family Performance Tent features "Wacky Hats" paper-plate sculpture workshop (AAA Parking Lot, Mount Royal Avenue).

1:45 p.m.: The Good Knight Story, a children's safety awareness tale signed for the hearing impaired (Fox Stage).

2 p.m.: Stories from ancient China (Decker Auditorium).

3 p.m.: Jewish folklore stories (Decker Auditorium).

3:15 p.m.: Family Performance Tent presents storytelling (AAA Parking Lot, Mount Royal Avenue).

4 p.m.: Songs in sign language (AAA Parking Lot, Mount Royal Avenue).

4:30 p.m.: Art-Ventures tent program provided by National Aquarium, School 33 Art Center and 1840 House (AAA Parking Lot, Fox Building).

4:45 p.m.: Family Performance Tent with Ronald McDonald (AAA Parking Lot, Mount Royal Avenue).

6 p.m.: Family Performance Tent features "Wacky Hat" paper plate sculpture workshop (AAA Parking Lot, Mount Royal Avenue).

TOMORROW

Noon: Creative Landscapes: Children Designing the Environment and Plastic Play exhibition and workshop registration (lobby, Lyric Opera House).

1 p.m.: "Some Wise . . . Some Otherwise" puppet show (Decker Auditorium).

Creative Landscape workshop using 100,000 Tyco Super Blocks Lobby, Lyric Opera House).

Arts-Ventures tent program provided by Baltimore Zoo, Walters Art Gallery and Maryland Historical Society (AAA Parking Lot, Fox Building).

1:30 p.m.: Family Performance Tent with "Wacky Hats" paper plate sculpture workshop (AAA Parking Lot, Mount Royal Avenue).

2 p.m.: Tales from Eastern Europe (Decker Auditorium).

3 p.m.: Folklore around the world storytelling (Decker Auditorium).

3:15 p.m.: Family Performance Tent features dances from the Far East, Africa and the South Pacific (AAA Parking Lot and Mount Royal Avenue).

4:15 p.m.: Family Performance Tent with David Parker and songs in sign language (AAA Parking Lot and Mount Royal Avenue).

4:30 p.m.: Art-Ventures tent program provided by 1840 House, Robert Long House and the Baltimore Museum of Industry (AAA Parking Lot and Fox Building).

6 p.m.: Family Performance Tent featuring "Wacky Hats" paper plate sculpture workshop (AAA Parking Lot and Mount Royal Avenue).

Coping at the festival

Here are a few locations at Artscape that might come in handy during the festival: * First aid: Information booth, corner of Oliver Street and Mount Royal Avcenue.

* Food and benches: Mount Royal Avenue between Lanvale and Dolphin streets.

* Drinking water: Corner of Cathedral and Preston streets.

* Fifth Regiment Armory: Rain site for Street Theatre, children's activities and crafts and food.

*Air conditioning: Fox Building, Lyric Opera House, Maryland Institute, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall.

* Shaded areas: Art-Venutres Children's Activities Tent, Bright Starts Tent, Family Performance Tent, Literary Arts Tents.

* Lost kids: Information booth, corner of Oliver Street and M,ount Royal Avenue.

For more information call 225-2283.

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