School for Korean Adoptees and Families (SKAF)
The School for Korean Adoptees and Families (SKAF) is developed for Korean adoptees and their families to learn basic Korean language and Korean culture through arts, crafts, and activities. It is an opportunity for kids to find their inner Korean identity with their adoptive family members.
SKAF meets in the East Bay (San Ramon) every other week. For more information, contact email@example.com.
"The staff & volunteers of SKAF are extremely committed and passionate about providing an avenue for Korean adoptees and their families to learn more about Korean culture through language, folk stories, related arts/crafts, culture, festivities, and history through hands on learning. They do this in a loving, non-threatening, fun environment, whereby the WHOLE family can come together and learn. It's also a great way to keep connected with the adoptive community at large."
- Adoptive Parent
San Ramon Program
In the 2018 Fall semester, we will be focusing on Korean vocabulary and useful phrases in daily life, along with many other fun arts, crafts, and games. Please come join us for educational (and fun!) family activities.
Registration fee: $30/family (all family members are welcome to attend and learn together!)
To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Class Times: Sundays, 3-5:15pm
Dates: October 7, October 21, November 4, November 18, December 2, December 16, 2018
Location: Agape Presbyterian Church, 2500 Old Crow Canyon Rd, San Ramon (map it)
1st Class: Language (3:05-3:40pm)
3rd Class: Arts & Crafts (4:00-4:35pm)
4th Class: Culture/Games (4:40-5:15pm)