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Family Fun Day Celebrates The Arts

MEXICO – A family fun art day will be held June 3 at Mexico Point Park from 2 to 5 p.m.

The park is located off Route 104-B in the Town of Mexico.

There will be hands-on art, face painting, stone skipping contest open to all age level, a pinata and more.

Don’t miss the unveiling of the newest addition to the Park People Project. The full-sized carved, hand-painted wooded statue will join four others.

The Mexico Central School art teachers are planning another exciting Celebration of the Arts at the Park with many hands-on art activities.

Local guest artists are invited to display their artwork along with any district art students.

Snacks will be available.

Casey’s Cottage will be open for viewing. There is no admission charge. The event will be
cancelled in case of rain.

For more information, call 963-3891 or 963 8216.

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