Arts in the Park slated for April 29
Last updated 4/5/2007 at Noon
FALLBROOK — Are your young children interested in making paper hats with magnificent flowers? Do they love to make and decorate masks with sequins, beads, glitter and feathers? Would they like a chance to mold clay into the shape of animals and bugs? How would you like to take them to do all of those things for free?
Families are encouraged to attend Arts in the Park on Sunday, April 29, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. They’ll learn about and enjoy an array of art activities thanks to Rally for Children and the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District (FUESD). The festival is destined to draw thousands of children and their families to Live Oak Park for the fabulous experiences.
Louise Small, chairperson of Rally for Children community projects, and Kathy Gausepohl, coordinator of the event for FUESD, say in addition to the activities mentioned above, the event will feature talented dancers, singers and the famous master puppeteer John Chambers.
Arts in the Park features local artists and community groups volunteering their time and talent to create a magical day for everyone. Rally for Children is a group of Fallbrook and Bonsall area women that formed in 1993. Their fundraisers, along with their community partners, support creative arts for children. For more information about this energetic, philanthropic group, call Pat Dales, membership chair, at (760) 723-4623.