In the presence of art, we have the opportunity to see inside someone’s heart, mind, and soul and feel what they felt.

Jr. League of Charleston Community Day

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Jr. League volunteers Crissy Rowell, Jennifer Dunlap, Molly Dargan, and Erica Shipkoski
Volunteers Crissy Rowell, Jennifer Dunlap, Molly Dargan, and Erica Shipkoski

On September 26th nearly 500 people visited the museum for a day of family fun during our fall Community Day. Sponsored by the Jr. League of Charleston, the day consisted of free admission, art-making activities for children, face painting, and musical and dance performances.

Visitors gather on the front steps to listen to banjo and guitar performers Lowcountry Bluegrass, to grab a balloon, and to get their face painted before moving inside
Visitors gather on the front steps to listen to banjo and guitar performers Lowcountry Bluegrass and to get their face painted before moving inside
Children and families enjoyed making All About Me Cubes with the help of Jr. League members Alisa Brooks and Katie Stevenson
Children and families enjoyed making All About Me Cubes with the help of Jr. League members Alisa Brooks and Katie Stevenson
Once Upon a Ballet teacher Rachel Epps leads young dancers during a performance in the Rotunda
Once Upon a Ballet teacher Rachel Epps leads young dancers during a performance in the Rotunda

Special thanks to our wonderful Jr. League volunteers, Lowcountry Bluegrass, and Once Upon a Ballet.

Be sure to mark your calendar for our next Community Day on December 12th!

 

Published October 12, 2009

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