Talented singer, dancer and actress, Temple was America’s top box-office draw from 1935-the year she turned 7-until 1938, helping lift the spirits of Depression-era Americans with her ringlet hair, dimples and precociousness. One of Hollywood’s first true child superstars, Temple was credited with helping save film studio 20th Century Fox from bankruptcy with films such as “Curly Top” and “Littlest Rebel”. She even had a beverage named after her. She was born April 23, 1928 and died February 10, 2014. Knowlton’s Ice Museum of America will host a tea party for kids in tribute of Shirley Temple. Children will have fun and learn about Shirley Temple’s life, view memorabilia and Shirley Temple doll and buggy collection, and watch a Shirley Temple movie while enjoying a Shirley Temple Tea Party. Light refreshments will be provided. Cost is $3.00 per child. The event takes place Saturday, April 26, from 1:00pm – 2:00pm. Registration requested by calling (810) 987-5441 and leaving a message. The Knowlton’s Ice Museum of North America is located at 317 Grand River Ave., in downtown Port Huron.