Explore the Arts with ‘Pinkalicious’!
| July 16, 2018
Celebrate the arts with a variety of activities, performances, and screenings of ‘Pinkalicious’. Children can also have their photo taken with character standee art from the series!
This event begins at
and runs until 10am The first 150 children will receive a free art kit. Admission is $5 per child and OWL members are free. For more information call Oneonta World of Learning at 607.431.8543. 2pm.
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