1. Watch cultural dances as performed by the Philippine National Folk Dance Company. Check out Museo Pambata’s “Ang Bayanihan sa Museo,” 10 a.m. as the Philippine National Folk Dance Company performances traditional dances and teach your kids how to dance along.
2. Cool down with some DIY paper fans. On March 20, Join Museo Pambata guides as they teach your kids how to keep cool with their very own paper fans. Head to the Museo Pambata Guides Corner at 2 p.m.
3. Go for an art appreciation afternoon.
View paintings of human figures that can only be viewed under ultraviolet light with Sydney-based Filipino artist and cartoonist Edd Aragaon’s exhibit, entitled “Under A Different Light,” to be held at the Yuchengco Museum at the R.C.B.C. Plaza.
The exhibit will be running until May 20. Exhibit hours are from Mondays to Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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