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Kids again have special area at Black Swamp Arts Festival
Written by By JAN LARSON /Sentinel County Editor   
Thursday, 02 September 2010 13:25
Much of the art created at the Black Swamp Arts Festival will likely end up hanging in the most revered spot of many households. Children will again have the opportunity to paint, make music, design apparel and become dancers in the Youth Arts Area of the annual festival in downtown Bowling Green.
“We think kids are going to go away having fun with some quality artwork to hang on the refrigerator,” said Matt Reger, who chairs the festival’s youth art committee.
The youth area will feature some old favorites while also trying out some new activities.
There will again be tie-dying, with pillowcases being adorned this year along with the regular T-shirts. There will also be face painting and easel painting, along with the creation of masks and floppy paper hats that the children can then wear. The young artists will have a chance to make colorful fish and fishing poles with which to catch them. And for those who feel more musical, there will be an opportunity to create some tubular tunes and noise on buckets.
Last Updated on Friday, 03 September 2010 08:17
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