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Free family day at the Clark

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  April 20, 2010 08:50 AM

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Spend this Sunday, April 25 making clothespin people, molding tiny clay sculptures or orienteer with the best of them at The Clark.

The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Mass., is offering a free day for families to come and discover a campus-wide family adventure with their "People and Spaces Family Day" from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday. 

The activities are endless as you and your wee ones can try and keep your bearings in a giant maze, create detailed sculptures using many mediums, climb high on a rock wall, and visit the Giovanni Boldini in Impressionist Paris exhibition to introduce them to the wide world of art. Acrobats from Nimble Arts, a circus arts center from Vermont, will also be on campus to offer their vivacious performance on moving through space.

No kidding, your family's admissions and activities are free. Now is the time to visit the 140 acres of scenic fields, trails and nature.

Visitor climbing wall at the Clark; courtesy The Clark

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