Family Painting Event at the Peter White Public Library

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The Marquette Arts and Cultural Center and the Downtown Development Authority are Hosting an Honorary Art Session

What little boy doesn’t like cars? Bring your kids this Saturday to the Marquette Art and Cultural Center in the lower level of the Peter White Public Library. For $10 you will get a 2-foot-by-2-foot wooden cutout of a Ford Model A car to paint. All the painting supplies will be supplied by the center. Fun!

Downtown Developement Authority

Ford Model A

Let them paint a car and afterwards you won’t have to scrub your carpet ; ) and they’ll have a great time too, haha!

The cars are going to be displayed throughout Downtown Marquette June 15-25 in support of the Model A Ford Club of America’s visit to the area.

This is a pretty cool way to show off your kids artwork beyond your refrigerator. And you can get as many cut outs as you like if you have a whole crew that likes to paint.  Then in June, you can cruise the streets of downtown Marquette and view your child’s artwork, along with everyone else’s.

Ya know, I don’t have any kids and this sounds like fun to me! Even if your just a car lover, go check out the event, support the cause, and find your creative side while painting a Ford Model A.

The event is happening from noon to 4, May 19.
For more information click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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