Kids get creative at free summer art series in York
Creative York's Art in the Parks Program Coordinator Christina Fritz shares information about the program's success. Skye Leppo, FlipSidePA
Another summer means another series of Art in The Park from Creative York!
The group's longest-running program returned for its 23rd year this June with an array of different projects from instructor Christina Fritz. The premise — simple make and take crafts anyone ages 3-12 can create (and perfect!) — brings fresh and innovative ideas to a group of youngsters every weekday for five weeks.
The sessions are completely free and there's no need to RSVP. All classes run from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Here's some of the upcoming sessions you can take your own children to:
Abermarle, Edison and Lehman streets
Roosevelt Ave., Fahs and Lincoln streets
100 West College Ave.
Find more information at creativeyork.org/programs/art-in-the-parks/