A free event where fathers and children build cardboard cars to celebrate Father’s Day
LOS ANGELES, May 20, 2019 ---- Best Start West Athens recently announced their 3rd Annual Cardboard Car Show held on Saturday, June 8, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at Century Park Elementary School located at 10935 S. Spinning Ave., Inglewood, CA 90303. The event is a family friendly activity to celebrate Father’s Day that allows fathers and father-figures to bond with children by building cardboard cars.
Best Start West Athens created Cardboard Car show to provide a free event for father's and families to bond while building social connections and creating lasting memories. Children who do not have fathers will have the opportunity to work on the activity with a volunteer from Best Start West Athens and Project Fatherhood of the Children’s Institute. Both organizations specialize in helping parents to improve the lives of families with children. The Cardboard Car Show will also feature resources, free food, and music.
"I had a great time attending the Car Show with my three youngest kids,” said Khari Lobin, father and resident of Los Angeles. “It was fun building our car and painting it. It was a memorable experience for us all.” Best Start West Athens believe that when parents and neighbors work together, it makes the families of West Athens stronger. In addition to hosting their annual events, Best Start West Athens provides parent services like self-help classes, small group trainings, pre-natal support and social connections. The leaders and participants of the Best Start West Athens agree that being a parent is the most important job a person can have.
To learn more about Cardboard Car Show or Best Start West Athens, please contact Best Start West Athens at firstname.lastname@example.org, 323.739.8659, or visit their Facebook and Instagram pages at @BestStartWestAthens. ### About Best Start West AthensBest Start West Athens is dedicated to the community and focused on building the skills of parents. Best Start West Athens is a partnership of parents, caregivers, residents, community-based organizations, business owners, and government representatives working together to create a community where children and families can live the best life possible.