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07/24/2016 00:00:00 DXCommunity: Kids' Days at Union Station Downtown Free

From building mini models to sketching colourful artwork and imagining new ways of getting from point A to point B, kids will create their own DIY designs inspired by ‘journeys', the iconic Union Station building and other Toronto city spaces. DX Kids' Days encourage youth and people of all ages to take part in hands-on design learning while connecting with others in Toronto's design and creative community. Young audiences are encouraged to become creative problem-solvers and design thinkers at every age. Design Exchange is committed to delivering accessible design experiences and education and aims to provide the tools necessary to connect design learning to the ordinary and extraordinary. DX will provide all the materials.

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