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Family Fun Day Saturday at the Trolley Barn

Family Fun Day offers kids the chance to create their own art at the F&M Trolley Barn from 10 a..m. to 3 p.m. this Saturday.
And it’s all free.
This is the sixth year that Waterworks Visual Arts Center has hosted this family-friendly event. Center director Anne Scott Clement says the event attracted more than 600 families last year.
Eleven art adventures will be set up in booths in the Trolley Barn. There are art opportunities for children of all ages.
The theme this year is ART: Artful expressions, Radiant smiles and Total nutrition.
At one of the 11 booths, children can watch mini-masterpiece theaters, then create their own masterpieces on small canvases.
Family Fun Day is sponsored by Food Lion, busby & Webb Orthodontics and F&M Bank.
The event is a partnership with Rowan Arts Council’s Art on Easy Street.

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