Target is continuing its effort to support education in communities across the country by underwriting free and reduced price admission to more that 22,000 arts and cultural events being held July 16-18 as part of the Target Arts and Wonder Program.

In addition to the program, the California African American Museum (CAAM) hosts Target Sundays, which offers a once-a-month free Sunday to help celebrate the diverse influences and achievements of art and culture from the African Diaspora.

Target also sponsors a program at the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) every Sunday and providing families free-of-charge art exhibitions, performances in the sculpture garden, workshops and lectures, and interactive programs for youth.

The discount retailer has also committed to donating a percentage of every purchase guests make through www.goodshop.com to the Debbie Allen Dance Studio.

Target also sponsors the Dare.Dream.Do. campaign with the Smithsonian Center for Education and Museum Studies Heritage Months, including Hispanic Heritage (Sept. 15- Oct. 15), American Indian Heritage (November), Black History (February), Women’s History (March), and Asian Pacific American Heritage (May), providing the public with hundreds of public events and performances, and donating multicultural classroom resources for teachers in honor of each month.

As part of the day of art, the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs will hold a free Target Music Festival on Saturday and Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m., the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) and the Japanese American National Museum will also offer free admission Saturday. CAAM, Molaa, and Plaza de la Raza will have Target Free Arts Family Day on Sunday.