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Enjoy a Weekend of Family Fun!

CAP Kids Fair Petting Zoo

Get ready for two days of art, entertainment and fun learning activities for the whole family when our Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Council hosts its annual children’s fair at Art in the Park in downtown Pinckney.

LACASA’s CAP Kids’ Fair is set for:

Saturday, May 31 & Sunday, June 1, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily

lac CAP street art project 2Our free activity area provides a make-and-take craft section for children and also offers parents child safety information.

A variety of entertainment is planned throughout the weekend in the CAP fair area and also at the Art in the Park gazebo stages.

The CAP Kids’ Fair is located on Livingston Street between Howell and Mill streets at the south end of the park.

CAP Kids’ Fair Highlights

  • Magic with Buddy Moorehouse: 12 noon each day   lac CAP ice cream 2013
  • Petting Farm: Sponsored by Down on the Farm Preschool, Childcare & Summer Camps
  • Arts & Crafts: Creative projects for kids of all ages
  • Free Ice Cream: Courtesy of Screams (while supplies last)
  • Exhibitor Booths: Offering child development information, child safety tips, and area resources for parents
  • Child I.D. Kits: Courtesy of Pinckney Masons and Livingston County Sheriff’s Department – Mounted Division
  • Meet the Deputies & Horses: Children can talk with deputies and learn about these special horses
  • Fun with Inflatables: Kids jump, bounce and play their energy away 
  • Street Art Project: Draw what makes you happy!

LACASA’s Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Council offers community-wide awareness programs and educational seminars that help prevent child abuse in Livingston County.

We would like to thank Econo Print in Pinckney for designing and printing our poster; Screams Ice Cream for providing cool free treats; and The Chambers Family Farm for providing the fair’s petting zoo.

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