Bubble blowing at Riverside Gardens
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Neighbors | Jessica Harker.Alexandra Lucas potted a salvia plant during the Family Fun Friday event at Fellows Riverside Gardens on July 6.
Neighbors | Jessica Harker.Participants of the Family Fun Friday event played in the sand box after participating in activites on July 6 at Fellows Riverside Garden.
Neighbors | Jessica Harker.Elania Boyce got her face painted for free by a volunteer at the Family Fun Friday event on July 6.
Neighbors | Jessica Harker.Logan Naughton popped bubbles that he blew directly onto the table using a straw at the July 6 Family Fun Friday event at Fellows Riverside Garden.
Neighbors | Jessica Harker.Elise and Tessa Disibio both played with the homemade bubble blowers they created at the Fellows Riverside Garden Family Fun Friday event.
By JESSICA HARKER
The Mill Creek Park hosted an event titled Family Fun Friday on July 6 at the Fellows Riverside Gardens.
It was free to attend and was open to the public.
The theme of the event was bubbles, and there was a range of bubble related activities for children and their families.
Children made hand-made bubble blowers out of Styrofoam cups and plastic straws.
There was also a table where children were able to blow bubbles directly onto the table top using straws.
“This is the coolest thing I’ve ever done,” said Logan Naughton while he blew bubbles onto the table.
Children were also welcome to partake in science experiments.
At one table children were able to test which bubble solution, home made or store bought, was better for bubble making.
There was also a table set up with different tools and brushes where children could experiment to see what they could or could not blow bubbles with.
Free face painting was also available.
Additionally, the Metro Parks provided Salvia plants for children to pot and take home for themselves.
All supplies were provided by Mill Creek Park.
The event occurs every week on Friday’s at Fellows Riverside Garden, each week has new activities and different themes.