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Art Madness at The Arts Station

Kids spent a frosty Friday indoors on November 9, creating and having fun with The Arts Station’s Art Madness program.

Held on the Fridays when there is no school in session, children between the ages of five and ten are welcome to sign up for a morning of art. From pottery and painting, to sculptures and music, the program offers a few different activities at each session to keep the kids busy.

For more information on No School Friday Art Madness go to www.theartsstation.com.

 

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