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South Shore Conservatory offers free 'Family Arts Festival' for children Feb 1

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Bursting with a wide variety of free activities for children, the South Shore Conservatory invites families to attend ‘Family Arts Festival’ and Open House on Saturday, February 1 in two locations on the South Shore of Massachusetts. During the festival, experience music, theatre, and dance classes designed for children ages 3 through 10!

Make the most out the day with free children activities at ‘Family Arts Festival’ such as ‘Music Sprouts’ and ‘Drum and Sing’ sample class, 'Curtain Going Up,' Creative Movement/SmARTy Dance Sample Class, Instrument Petting Zoo, and Suzuki Method Demonstrations. Attendees are also welcome to tour both South Shore Conservatory campuses and explore the extensive programs available at the South Shore Conservatory during the festival.

‘Family Arts Festival’ will be held at the South Shore Conservatory’s Hingham campus, 1 Conservatory Drive in Hingham, Massachusetts at 10 a.m. This festival will also take place at the South Shore Conservatory’s Duxbury campus, 64 Saint George Street in Duxbury, Massachusetts at 1:30 p.m.

Visit www.ssmusic.org for more information or call Jennie Mulqueen, Director of Early Childhood Programs 1-781-749-6565.

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