Arts and Entertainment

Kids’ stuff

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Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation presented KidsDay last Friday

at Game Farm Park. The free event attracted a large crowd.

The event featured rides,

children’s activities, live stage

entertainment, mini golf, kids’ arts and craft booths, food concessions, more than 55 information/activity vendors and more.

Zaid Stevens, 9, left, gets ready to throw a pitch clocked by radar.

The booth was sponsored by the

Auburn Police Department.

KidsDay’s primary audience was kids 4-11 years of age.

However, there were many activity and entertainment options for younger and older kids.

Auburn’s KidsDay was sponsored by Fred Meyer Stores and

Wizards of the Coast.

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