kids culture club!

kids, this is just for you!!! From 12-4pm at the 2018 Boston Fermentation Festival there's gonna be lots of kid-focused events on the lawn at the Rose Kennedy Greenway! The lawn is directly across from the plaza at the Boston Public Market.

What will be happening at the kids culture club??? The full schedule of children's workshops & activities is still in the works but below is a list of likely events:

WHO    for kids of all ages, of course!

WHAT   Kids Culture Club

WHERE  on the grass across from the Boston Public Market (see map below)

  

WHEN  August 26th from 12-4pm

WHY    because kids & fermentation are both about transformation & growth! 

Cultured Club will do a live reading of the first fermentation-forward children's book Yummy for Your Tummy! They will be selling their books from their special Book Wagon from 1-3pm at the Culture Club and will have a *live* reading with a corresponding tasting experience at 2pm!

handmade fermentation coloring books to work on by Annabel Levine Art! Annie has created coloring pages full of pickles, vegetables & fun! Coloring pages, coloring books & prints will be available for purchase, and supplies will be provided. More info on Annie HERE

DIY fermentation tattoo station sponsored by Tater Tats!

Live puppetry showing of 'Fun With Sourdough,' a children’s puppet show that explains the basics of the sourdough making process. This show is a presentation put on by The Cultured Club Players to make the traditional art of food fermentation comprehensible and fun for children.

Probiotic Petting Zoo for Kids! Young folks are frequently told not to touch things and this petting zoo will do the opposite. Come touch & explore live cultures!

 

 

 

12-4pm

2pm

12-4pm

3pm

1-4pm

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Boston Ferments is proud to be sponsored by Indigo, a local Boston company which offers microbial seed treatments for corn, cotton, rice, soybeans, and wheat; and Ginkgo Bioworks, who design custom microbes for customers across multiple markets, developing new organisms that replace technology with biology.