A number of organizations will be participating and offering activities for young festival attendees.
The Reptile Family (www.reptilefamily.com)
Art Trek (http://www.arttrek.org)
Create Studios (http://www.createstudiofun.com) a Westlake Village art studio for kids who want to create works of art with recycled, artistic and crafty materials, will be bringing lots of coconuts for kids to decorate.
Much of the kids' entertainment, including regular storybook reading times and performances of "Peter Pan" by the Conejo Players (http://www.conejoplayers.org) will take place on the Family Stage.
The First 5/Conejo Valley Neighborhood for Learning (http://www.cvnfl.org) activity area features bubbles, hula-hoops and climbing area especially designed for the preschool set. On Sunday, July 22, the First 5 California Hands-On Health Express will be arriving at Tropical Daze. With a spinning wheel and coloring station, kids can play farmers' market and win prizes. The Health Express travels the state inspiring families with young kids to eat right and stay active.
Net proceeds from Tropical Daze benefit Conejo Valley Neighborhood for Learning and its efforts to prepare children ages 0 to five for school and encourage family involvement. It offers child and parenting classes at six sites throughout the Conejo Valley.
"Tropical Daze is a family-oriented event," says Randy Strong, a Tropical Daze organizer. "Children will have plenty of activities to keep them busy while their parents enjoy the live surf and tropical music."
Tropical Daze is presented in collaboration with the Conejo Recreation & Park District, the City of Thousand Oaks and the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Hours are 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., both days. Admission is $5. Kids five and under are free. Tickets can be purchased in advance. For more information about Tropical Daze, call 805-499-6312, email firstname.lastname@example.org, visit http://www.tropicaldaze.org
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