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St. Peter's Art Festival Touts Bright Lights, Big City

Story By: Lauren Artino

 

 

 
 
 
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  Originally Published on: 5/7/2014

The theme was "Bright Lights, Big City", and St. Peter's students certainly didn't disapoint. The festival is a multi- cultural celebration of visual arts, design and music by the elementary and junior high students. Mrs. Jennifer Pennell, a certified art teacher coordinated the event.

The student's art "Museum" was their school; art was displayed on all four floors of the elementary building by students in grades K through 8. Families certainly enjoyed a little bit of everything.

Lynn Zartman and her husband watched their son, Johnathon dance with his second grade class. Whether it was painting, singing, drawing or dancing, each student had a chance to express their art-form at the event. "Bright Lights, Big City" was a hit and will continue to shine through the years.

   
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