TEMECULA — The Temecula Valley Museum virtually visits Hawaii in August with the popular Second Saturday At Home Cultural Celebration. This monthly event celebrates world cultures with food, crafts, activities, and entertainment.
Enjoy the Hawaiian Aloha Spirit at Home through delicious recipes posted online, and experience the paradise islands through activities including crafts, cultural facts, and amazing virtual tours.
The museum will also offer a special, free, live, online art lesson provided by Bigfoot Art Classes. Guests of all ages can join Art Instructor, Tony Moramarco for a 90-minute, mixed-media art lesson. Get your art supplies ready, and gather around your table at home, as Mr. Tony will bring this Hawaiian-themed art class direct to you, live on Zoom. Visit our Second Saturday page at
TemeculaValleyMuseum.org for access codes to the 11 a.m. art lesson on Saturday, Aug. 8 Second Saturdays at Home is part of the Temecula Valley Museum’s educational and cultural offerings for the community, celebrating the history and heritage of the various and diverse cultures that live in the Temecula Valley.
The goal of this program is to embrace diversity and celebrate contemporary life in Temecula.
For more information and other fun online activities, please visit TemeculaValleyMuseum.org, or call (951) 694-6450.
Submitted by the city of Temecula