BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20140510T000000Z DTEND:20140510T000000Z DESCRIPTION:<strong>FREE ALL DAY!</strong> \n \n Bring out the whole family for baseball-themed fun that will sure to be a home run! In celebration f or the new <em>Dodgers: Brotherhood of the Game</em> exhibition. \n \n <s trong>Schedule:</strong> \n &bull\;<strong>11:30 a.m. &amp\; 1 p.m.:</stro ng> Join <em>Dodgers: Brotherhood of the Game</em> curators\, Mark Langill (Dodgers Publications Editor &amp\; Team Historian) and Koji Steven Saka i (JANM Programs Manager) on a family-friendly gallery tour. Sign up earl y! 30 participants max.\n \n <strong>&bull\;11:30 a.m./1 p.m./2:30 p.m.:</ strong> We&rsquo\;re screening the <em>The Jackie Robinson Story</em> (195 0) where Jackie Robinson plays himself in this biographical film of his j ourney to becoming the first African American Major League Baseball playe r in the "modern era."\n \n &bull\;<strong>2 p.m.:</strong> Celebrate <str ong>Asian American and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month</strong> a nd <strong>Mother&rsquo\;s Day</strong> weekend with a poetry reading abou t mothers\, family\, community\, and history. In partnership with Kundima n and Kaya Press. Program will take place in the Tateuchi Democracy Forum . \n \n <strong>All Day Activities:</strong> \n &bull\;Try your arm at ba seball carnival games like Milk Can Toss and other fun games. \n \n &bull\ ;Dust off your old (and new) baseball cards and memorabilia and bring them in to be appraised by <strong>Valley Sports Cards\, Memorabilia &amp\; Pi cture Framing</strong> to find out what they&rsquo\;re worth! They will al so accept submissions for Beckett Grading or Global Autograph Authenticat ion at an additional price. <em>See below for details.</em> Baseball item s will be available for sale. \n \n &bull\;Decorate a baseball cap to wear to your next game! \n \n &bull\;Make a baseball paper puppet to cheer for your favorite team. \n \n &bull\;Ruthie's Origami Corner: Learn how to ma ke a Mother's Day card with Ruthie! \n \n <strong>Special Event:</strong> \n Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center + Flickr invite all professi onal and amateur photojournalists and filmmakers to participate in the na tionwide event\, <strong>A Day in the Life of Asian Pacific America</stron g> on May 10th by taking photographs and shooting videos about Asian Pacif ic American life. Check <a href=" ay-in-the-life-of-asian-pacific-america/" target="_blank">here</a> for det ails. \n \n <em>Generously sponsored by Target\, these special Saturdays a re filled with fun activities giving families unique ways to learn\, play \, and grow together.</em>\n<strong></strong>\n<strong>ABOUT OUR FRIENDS: </strong>\n<strong><em></em> </strong>\n<strong><em>Valley Sports Cards\, Memorabilia &amp\; Picture Framing</em>\n</strong> Since 1981 Valley Sport s Cards has been located at 19640 Ventura Boulevard in Tarzana just east of Corbin. Come in for supplies and don't forget about our professional c ustom framing for your memorabilia! From single cards\, complete sets\, u nopened boxes and packs\, vintage &amp\; current cards\, supplies\, and c ustom framing\, Valley Sports Cards has it all. Visit our website at <a h ref="" target="_bla nk"></a> or call 818.705.2255 for any questions about pricing and terms of the Beckett Grading or Global Autograph Authenticat ion services.\n <a href="" target="_blank">www.beck</a>\n<a href="" target="_blank">ww</a>\n<strong><em></em> </strong>\n<strong><em>Kundi man</em> </strong> \n Kundiman is dedicated to the creation and cultivatio n of Asian American poetry. Kundiman creates an affirming and rigorous sp ace where Asian American poets can explore\, through art\, the unique cha llenges that face the new and ever changing diaspora. We see the arts as a tool of empowerment\, of education and liberation\, of addressing proac tively what legacy we will leave for our future generations as individual s and as a community.\n <a href="" target="_blank">ku</a>\n<strong><em></em> </strong>\n<strong><em>Kaya Press</em> < /strong> \n Kaya Press is a group of dedicated writers\, artists\, readers \, and lovers of books working together to publish the most challenging\, thoughtful\, and provocative literature being produced throughout the As ian and Pacific Island diasporas. We believe that people&rsquo\;s lives c an be changed by literature that pushes us past expectations and out of o ur comfort zone. We believe in the contagious potential of creativity com bined with the means of production.\n <a href="" target=" _blank"></a> \n \n \n Check out our other fun and free <a href="ht tp://" target="_blank">Family Festival s</a>!\n\nIn conjunction with the exhibition <a href=" exhibits/dodgers/" target="_blank">Dodgers: Brotherhood of the Game</a>\n< strong></strong>\n<strong>For more up-to-date information about this event \, please visit the Japanese American National Museums' events page: </str ong> <a href="" target="_blank">http ://</a> SUMMARY:Target Free Family Saturdays: Take Me Out to the Ball Game URL:/en/events/2014/05/10/target-free-family-saturdays-take-me-out-to-the-b / END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR