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  1. February AquaStars

    February 11, 2018, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM @ Heritage Aquatic Center

    The program is custom-designed to children with special needs, ages 18 and younger. AquaStars participants must be accompanied by an adult or guardian. On a monthly basis, AquaStars provides special needs children with an opportunity to sidestep crowds and experience the excitement of play in an indoor, 20-yard, temperature-controlled lap pool. Best of all, participants will only pay the standard admission rate.

    The safety of AquaStars guests is paramount to program organizers. The Heritage Aquatic Center’s pool boasts features including an accessible ramp, accessible chair lift and water chair, making it an ideal location to pilot the AquaStars program. The city will provide the appropriate lifeguard and staffing ratios, as well as access to waterproof wheelchairs.

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Irving Arts Center

  1. Second Sunday Funday: Chinese New Year (Year of the Dog)

    February 11, 2018, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Suite 200

    Every second Sunday, Irving Arts Center hosts Family Funday — a free guided craft program that’s fun for the whole family. In anticipation of the upcoming Chinese New Year (Feb. 16), fun projects for the February Funday will include traditional paper crafts and the Chinese animal zodiac.

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  2. An Orchestra Meets a Dinosaur, New Philharmonic Orchestra

    February 11, 2018, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM @ Carpenter Hall

    The New Philharmonic Orchestra of Irving presents a magical afternoon of music with imagination! Morton Gould’s “The Jogger and the Dinosaur,” features a rapper narrating the story of a dinosaur’s escape from a museum and run-in with a jogger. Then, in the long-cherished Prokofiev classic, “Peter and the Wolf,” each character is represented by a different instrument. Bring the kids for an afternoon they won’t soon forget!

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