We’re holding the 14th annual ClydeFEST, kids’ festival of folk art fun on May 2, 2015. Mark your calendar now for this beloved Chatham Arts Council tradition.
Never been to ClydeFEST?
Here’s what David, parent of a 3-year old had to say about last year’s festival: “This is the first time we’ve been, and we’ll definitely be back. I think what I love the most is how friendly everyone is. It’s just the perfect place to hang out as a family.”
Wondering what goes on at this shindig?
Dorothy, parent of a 7-year-old recounted her daughter’s ClydeFEST experience, “She painted a critter, built a fairy castle out of wood and rocks, made a cloth bag, got her face painted, and learned how to hold a violin. Really, this was an awesome day for her!”
Curious about whether the kids enjoy it as much as the parents do?
A parent of a 5-year-old shared with us, “My son asked me on the way home from this year’s Clydefest, ‘Daddy, will you bring me back to next year’s Clydefest?’ And without hesitation my reply was a big, ‘YES I will!’”
To learn more about ClydeFEST, part of the Chatham Arts Council’s focus on Educating Kids Through the Arts, click right here.