Photo courtesy of Tohono Chul Park, Selina Littler creates interactive ground spirals of branches. She has one as part of the Art That Heals exhibit at Tohono Chul Park, and hopes to create another April 17.

This year is Tohono Chul Park's 25th anniversary, and the Paseo del Norte park has scheduled a day of family fun on Saturday, April 17, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

There are reading activities, crafts, cake and ice cream, and more, a release said.

Stories That Soar, Tucson's premiere literacy and performing arts group, features professional adult performers giving voice to original stories by Tucson children.

Sculptor Selina Littler asks for help in building an interactive ground spiral of desert branches, an example of outdoor environĀ¬mental art and part of the exhibit "Art That Heals."

Children can read with local children's book authors, and there are hands-on craft activities for all ages, including a paper version of the Birds of Tohono Chul quilt.

The event is free for park members, with regular admission prices for the general public.

Tohono Chul Park's 25th anniversary party

Saturday, April 17, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Tohono Chul Park

7366 N Paseo del Norte

Free to members

General public admission: $7 adults; $5 seniors; $3 students and active military; $2 children (5-12)

For more information, call 742-6455, visit www.tohonochulpark.org, or go to the park at 7366 N. Paseo del Norte, one stoplight west of the intersection at Oracle and Ina.

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