Columbia Play Project will also showcase its new Mobile Children’s Museum and host a few activities for the young and the young-at-heart
The First Annual Bricktastic! Showcase is a free, family-friendly event, showcasing creative bricks-creations in several categories including monsters, robots, vehicles, machines and others. The event will occur on Saturday (Sept. 17) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Clark College STEM Building, 1950 Fort Vancouver Way. Entrance and parking is free and each guest will be given 10 opportunities to vote for their favorites.
Columbia Play Project will also showcase its new Mobile Children’s Museum and host a few activities for the young and the young-at-heart. The vehicle will be available for viewing in the STEM Building parking lot.
Columbia Play Project is an intentionally planned project designed to expand exploratory play options to children and families throughout our communities. Exploratory play grows healthy children and vibrant communities. The Columbia Play Project exists to be a hub where all families can safely engage, connect, explore and ignite their imaginations.
Columbia Play Project has a three-phase plan to create exploratory play activities focused on the themes of People & Culture, the Natural World, and Engineering and Arts. Phase I includes themed play kits to be used at-home and regular Pop-Up Parties in the Park throughout Clark County, WA. Phase II is a similarly themed mobile museum with removeable exhibits that can be set-up outdoors for socially distanced play, launching at Bricktastic! 2022. Phase III is a full- scale bricks and mortar exploratory play space with indoor and outdoor play areas and permanent and rotating exhibits.
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