Get the kids out for some safe, creative fun and socializing with one of Louisville’s legendary artists. Kings and Queens of Color Foundation is a nonprofit organization focused on reaching and serving at-risk youths through mentoring programs. Kids 11 to 18 years old can let their personality and imagination shine by creating their own face masks. “I decided to be different. Instead of canvases, I chose to COVID face mask, because that has become a daily lifestyle for us all in 2020, and let the young kings and queens be creatively expressive on face mask with paint,” said Phaedra Chapman, CEO and founder of KQOC. And they can get some of that energy out “singing, dancing, just over all bopping in unity” to some trap music. Special guest speaker, sculptor Ed Hamilton, is sure to inspire kids and parents alike. Everything will be organized with a priority on health-safety considerations.
Saturday, Oct. 10California Community Center
3-6 p.m. | $10