Kids' Art Tent
The 2019 festival featured art activities for kids of all ages from 11 am through 4 pm. Read on below for a full schedule and more information about past activities.
Chalk Drawing Contest
11 AM - 4 PM
Both children and adults are can enter the sidewalk chalk drawing contest! Sign-up with friends or family, or challenge yourself to create your own artwork. Registration and additional information is available at the Cultural Council Tent.
Congratulations to Neveah and Sarah whose drawings tied for first place! And thank you to The Picture House for donating this year's awards!
Juggling and family folk music performance by Nate Marshall, whom you may know as the superb entertainer Nate the Great.
Stories By Suzanne Bloom
Listen to stories by esteemed children's author Suzanne Bloom, who has written Bus for Us, No Place for a Pig, A Splendid Friend Indeed, and many others.
Lily Silly Puppet Show
A puppet show from all ages, Aunt Irene's show is filled with music and fantastic variety acts. See a singing sloth, the mysterious Linked Lizard, Rosita the flamenco dancer and Wanda the Wizard. Things seem to go awry as a needy witch casts spells to compete with acts and musical numbers. Live music by classically trained guitarist Matthew Ocone. Songs in many languages.
Lily Silly Pupplet Workshop
Stick around after the puppet show for a puppet-making workshop! Make your own unique hand puppet to take home. You'll use fabric, beads, buttons, yarn, markers and hot glue to give your puppet a personality too.
Thanks to our
Kids' Tent Sponsors!
This project was made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by CNY Arts.