Daily Archives: August 22, 2011

Hope you can come

It’s that time of year again.  A flurry of activity, waking up at night with a new idea or wondering whether this idea will work better, finding volunteers, keeping fingers crossed for a perfect day.  And then it arrives.

That’s right, folks, it’s  Children’s Festival time again – my very favorite festival for kids – and their parents who are given the gift of observing their children freely engaged in fun, playful activities.

It’s hard for me to describe in words what makes the Children’s Festival so special  This year’s theme is Alphabet City.  Every year we strive to create a world that is simple yet fanciful, that will ignite an active, creative and imaginative spark from our young participants, no matter what activity they choose.

So I hope The Children’s Festival at Myrick Park on Saturday, August 27th from 9-12 is on your “to do” list.  It’s going to be a beautiful day.  I’m betting on it!

If you still need buttons, you can buy them at The Parenting Place – $4. a piece, 3 for $10. if purchased in advance; $5. on day of event.  Children under 2 are free.

Scholarship buttons are also available.  Many of our sponsors and participants have purchased buttons that they hope will be given to families to enjoy the morning.  Please don’t hesitate to call me and take advantage of this generous gift.  They can be picked up at The Parenting Place or at the day of the festival in the Myrick Park shelter.

Come experience the magic with us!

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