Vibrant colors, rhythmic music, and the creation of beautiful crafts will have families immersed in fun and the cultures of Latin American countries when The Children\u2019s Museum of Indianapolis hosts\u00a0Fiesta de la Familia\u00a0on Sunday, September 27, 2020 from 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Admission is FREE as the museum celebrates National Hispanic Heritage month. Families and children will enjoy special music, art and culture including: \tGrupo Bemb\u00e9-\u00a0Take a journey across Latin America with a popular Puerto Rican band with music from several genres including Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Cumbia and Latin Rock. (Live streamed on The Children\u2019s Museums\u2019 Facebook page for those unable to enjoy it in person.) 11:30 a.m.-noon & 1:30 -2 p.m. \tPaper Flower Fiesta-\u00a0Mexican paper flowers are considered pieces of folk art that represent the soul and culture of the artisans who make them. Watch a demonstration then take home an activity kit to create the flowers. \tGuatemalan Worry Dolls-\u00a0Create your own\u00a0worry doll at home after watching a demonstration and learning more about the Central American country. According to legend, Guatemalan children tell their worries to worry dolls, placing them under their pillows. When they awaken, the dolls have given them wisdom and knowledge to eliminate their worries. \tPanamanian Molas-\u00a0Provided supplies and a demonstration help visitors design their own piece of colorful textile folk art created and worn by the Kuna Indians, the indigenous people on the small coral islands of San Blas Archipelago along the Atlantic coast of Panama and Columbia. Mola means elaborate embroidered panels that Kuna women wear on the front and back of their traditional blouses. In addition, don\u2019t forget to work off some of that pent up energy by visiting the one-and-a-half acre outdoor\u00a0Riley Children\u2019s Health Sports Legends Experience\u00ae.\u00a0Try out a dozen different sports and experiences. Important Information: Reservations are required for this free event. The museum is required to maintain a limited capacity of guests during COVID-19 and the museum does expect this event to sell out. Please visit\u00a0https:\/\/www.childrensmuseum.org\/visit\/buy-tickets\u00a0 to reserve free tickets for all visitors or call 317-334-4000. In collaboration with an advisory council of scientists, physicians, and public health officials, the museum has implemented new policies and procedures to ensure a safe visit for families. Those measures include cleaning and sanitizing the entire museum from top to bottom, adding more stations with hand sanitizer and wipes, implementing social distancing measures, and requiring visitors to bring their own face masks and wear them if they are two-years-old or older or have a medical exemption. Fiesta de la Familia is presented by Corteva Agriscience. The Children\u2019s Museum of Indianapolis is proud to partner with Riley Children\u2019s at Indiana University Health, Old National Bank and Ice Miller LLP. About The Children's Museum of Indianapolis The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is a nonprofit institution committed to creating extraordinary learning experiences across the arts, sciences, and humanities that have the power to transform the lives of children and families. For more information about The Children's Museum, visit\u00a0www.childrensmuseum.org, follow us on Twitter @TCMIndy, Instagram @childrensmuseum, YouTube.com\/IndyTCM, and Facebook.