Info About Kids Club

Please email lisa@publiceyephilly.org to be added to our special Kids Club email list and receive regular announcements about upcoming event dates and locations. The schedule is also available here, on our Kids Club page. Most outings will take place on the first or second Saturday of each month. We email directions and everyone meets at the event location. Parents are responsible for bringing vegetarian lunches, snacks and water. Please bring reusable containers for lunch, if possible. Public Eye arranges the tours and provides art supplies. Most outings run from 10am-2pm, with an hour for a group lunch. Children must be accompanied by an adult (at least 1 adult per 4 children). Whenever possible, events are free. Any fees will be noted in an email before departure. There are no membership fees to join the Kids Club.

Members of Public Eye’s Kids Club visit exciting places where kids can have fun and learn something new. The focus of each outing will be art and educational activities that teach compassion for animals. Ideas are welcome.

Previous Kids Club Events
Requirements:
Please RSVP for each event by submitting your name, cell phone number and amount of children/adults attending to lisa@publiceyephilly or
215-620-2130.

Cancellation policy
:
Public Eye will cancel outings when fewer than three families RSVP. Cancellation notices will be emailed at least 24 hours before the event. Those who sent an RSVP for a cancelled event will receive an email and phone call. Others will be notified through the group email list. 
If you decide not to attend, please send an email or call to let us know (even if it is last minute). We need an accurate head count to purchase art supplies & make room arrangements. This is especially helpful when space is limited. We don't want to turn people away when we have room for them to participate. 

 
 

"Wings to Fly,"
Celebrating National Bird Day,
A Success!

"Kids Club Veg-In
for the Great American
Meat-Out


Kids Club Page

Kids Club Visits
Main Line Animal Rescue

Time: 1-3pm
Date: Saturday, April 10th, 2010
Location: 1149 Pike Springs Rd., Kimberton, PA 19442
Cost: free
RSVP: Lisa Levinson, 215-620-2130 or lisa@publiceyephilly.org

Join Public Eye: Artists for Animals' Kids Club as we visit the Main Line Animal Rescue for a tour of their no-kill facility. Main Line Animal Rescue is famous for raising awareness about puppy mills, as they did on Oprah. After our tour, we'll join artist Zipora Schulz for a fun art project. Copies of our artwork will be submitted to the Main Line Rescue for their exhibit in May. Please meet between 12:45-1pm in the lobby of the Rescue for our group tour. An RSVP with your name, number of children, email, and cell phone are required.

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Kids "Veg-In"
for the
Great American "Meat-Out"

Date: Saturday, March 27th
Time: 11:00am-1:00pm
Location: Essene Market & Cafe, 719 South 4th (corner of 4th & Monroe), Philadelphia, PA 19147
Kids ages: 3-10 years old (any age welcome)
Cost: $5 per child (materials fee)
RSVP: Lisa Levinson, 215-620-2130 or lisa@publiceyephilly.org


Join Public Eye: Artists for Animals for our second annual Meat-Out event to honor a day without eating meat. In the style of a 60's Sit-In, we will host a Veg-In, complete with a veggie cooking class and art project. Jaynel Hollis of Greenwood Kitchen (www.thegreenwoodkitchen.com), famous for her tasty vegan snacks, leads the cooking class from 11am to noon. Kids can eat what they make for lunch! Artist Zipora Schulz leads the art project from noon to 1:00pm. For the art project, kids create their own flags, bandanas, and signs promoting a cruelty-free lifestyle. Please meet at Essene Market & Cafe (workshop room behind cafe) from 10:45-11:00am. The manager will escort families to the classroom. We require an RSVP with number of participants, ages, and contact information.


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Kids Club
Celebrates July 4th with
The Vegan Bus

 

"Families celebrate July 4th with our Kids Club &
The Vegan Bus.

Public Eye: Artists for Animals and The Vegan Bus for a down-home vegan BBQ with hula hoops, lawn games, musical instruments, and an art project. The Vegan Bus is a group of activists, artists, and speakers traveling on a full-sized school bus running on waste vegetable oil. The Bus uses art, performance, and media to raise awareness of the connections between dietary choice, personal health, cultural ethics, and globally sustainable ecology.

Kids Club Bird Walk
Join Public Eye: Artists for Animals
Kids Club on our Bird Walk to celebrate International Migratory Bird Day.

Date: Saturday, May 9th
Thanks so much to those who attended our recent Bird Walk at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge. We saw more than birds walking the trails, including rabbits, groundhogs, wild turkeys, deer, and a baby snapping turtle! For the art activity, kids made some bead necklaces and bracelets for Mother's Day, as well as some "Sculpey" bird-shaped charms that they baked later. See our slideshow shown here.
http://www.fws.gov/northeast/heinz/ ("about the refuge")

A bird expert leads the walk at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge from 1-2pm. Artist Zipora Schulz leads a fun art activity from 2-3pm. There will be other fun bird-related activities all day long hosted by the Refuge staff.
Please bring snacks and juice for your kids. We will meet in the visitor center lobby at the Refuge between 12:45-1pm. We require an RSVP with number of participants, ages, and contact information.


June Kids Club:
Seventh Annual Fab Rat & Animal Friends Festival presented by the Rat Chick Rat Rescue and
Advocacy Group

Come meet a companion rat and watch happy rat videos to see that rats are truly lovable! Our goal is to dispel false beliefs and educate people about these misunderstood creatures. There will be live entertainment, food, and crafts for sale. The theme for the Fab Rat Festival is “The Rat Pack Is Back!” Public Eye: Artists for Animals will perform songs from "The Unhuggables" with singing rat puppets at 1pm. Please visit Public Eye's table while you're there!

This family-friendly event showcases domestic companion rats including rat information and displays, funny rat videos, a rat art show, rat adoptions, rat raffle, a light hearted rat beauty pageant and the A-Rat-Emmy Awards. There will also be booths for other great animal welfare, rescue and adoption groups with rescued cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, and birds.