Centenary United Methodist Church, 300 S. Central Ave. in Little Tokyo, presents its first ever Spring Children’s Fair on Saturday, April 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The goal is to promote education, health and safety to children and their families in the community.
Fun activities and crafts for kids will fill the day, including origami art, puppetry performance and storytelling. Other exciting demonstrations, including taiko drumming, karate and line dancing, will be held throughout the day. To round off the festivities, a dance competition will take place.
The fair is open to the public and admission is free. While supplies last, free light lunches, goodie bags, raffle prizes and children’s books will be distributed.
Supporters and participants include EastWest Eye Institute, First Five Los Angeles, Little Tokyo Branch Library, Little Tokyo Service Center, Los Angeles police and fire departments, Metro, Rideshare L.A. County, Susan G. Komen and the March of Dimes, and authors Naomi Hirahara and Janet Mitsui Brown.
Free parking available at the Little Tokyo Professional Building, 420 E. Third St. (entrance off of Boyd Street). For more info, call (213) 617-9097. On the Web: www.centenaryunitedmethodistchurch.org/