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CAP Kids’ Fair Set for May 30 & 31

Messy Caucasian girl in art class

Bring the whole family for a fun weekend!

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CAP Kids’ Fair

Saturday and Sunday, May 30 & 31, 2015

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Livingston Street in Downtown Pinckney, right next to the playground

Join us for a fun and educational weekend when LACASA’s Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Council hosts its annual Kids’ Fair in conjunction with the Pinckney Art in the Park Festival.

Weekend Happenings

CAP kids fair 2015 pirateSpecial Theme Days

Saturday: Dress Like a Pirate Day

Sunday: Dress Like Your Favorite Princess or Superhero Day

  • Fashion Parade: Kids in costume can join the parade at the main gazebo, 2 p.m. daily
  • Exhibits for Parents with important information on child development and child safety
  • Child ID Kits: Livingston County Sheriff’s Department – Mounted Division is providing child ID kits (Plus, kids can meet deputies and their horses)  CAP Kids Fair 2015 livingston mounted div COMP
  • Petting Farm: Courtesy of Down on the Farm Preschool, Childcare and Summer Camps
  • Pony Rides ($5 per ride with a portion of proceeds benefiting child safety programs)
  • Magic Shows with Buddy Moorehouse, noon each day
  • Pirate Treasure Hunt with chances to win great prizes
  • Free Ice Cream: Courtesy of Screams in Hell (while supplies last)    CAP Kids Fair 2015 ice cream
  • Arts and Crafts: Kids of all ages create fun make-and-take craft projects
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