Arts in the Park Day was held Thursday - Two more dates nearing

A up close look at Ronin Jones' project at Arts in the Park day camp at Old Fort Park. She was creating herself a pet rock. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Drayken Jones takes a break from his Arts in the Park project at Old Fort Park to play with a hula hoop that available to use while participates waited for the paint to dry on their pet rock project. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Alexandria Holloway works on her project at Arts in the Park day camp held at Old Fort Park. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Halle Horn helps her son Titus Holloway with his project during Arts in the Park day camp held at Old Fort Park. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
A group of children and parents work on their project during Arts in the Park day camp held at Old Fort Park. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
The hands of Halle Jones and her Titus Holloway add the finishing touches to his pet rock project at Arts in the Park day camp at Old Fort Park. Photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.

Arts continue to be in the forefront of minds of Murfreesboro citizens, which is evident by the recent summer arts related camps. 

These photos were captured in the Old Fort Park on Thursday during the "Arts in Park" day. The Arts in the Park has two more dates in the near future on July 16th and July 23rd. Both are open to the public and both are free for area youths. The event will be in pavillion #3. 

The Arts in the Park day will start at 9AM on the 16th and 23rd and run until noon. The instructor is Pam Williams. 

Photo's by Jim Davis with the Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department. 

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