Cherry Valley ‘Night of the Arts’

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  • Posters celebrating art were part of the decorations on display at the Night of the Arts.

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    BULLETIN BOARDS at Cherry Valley Elementary have been artistically decorated to commemorate the Night of Arts held Thursday, April 18 at the school in Polson.

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    LOU BRENNER and his daughter Asha enjoy Night of the Arts activities at Cherry Valley Elementary, such as making fancy hats like the one worn by dad.

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    JUNIPER FIRST STRIKE, a first-grader at Cherry Valley Elementary, waits with her dad Rod to have her face painted during Night of the Arts activities.

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    KIDS WERE busy making hats and other headwear during the Night of the Arts on April 18 at Cherry Valley Elementary. The kiddos were quite creative with their projects.

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    ADI MONTGOMERY patiently waits for her face to be painted during Night of the Arts activities held Thursday, April 18 at Cherry Valley Elementary in Polson. Many of the kids who attended the event were pre-schoolers who joined in on a spring celebration of the artistic talents of youngsters from toddlers to elementary school age. (Joe Sova photos/Lake County Leader)

  • Posters celebrating art were part of the decorations on display at the Night of the Arts.

  • 1

    BULLETIN BOARDS at Cherry Valley Elementary have been artistically decorated to commemorate the Night of Arts held Thursday, April 18 at the school in Polson.

  • 2

    LOU BRENNER and his daughter Asha enjoy Night of the Arts activities at Cherry Valley Elementary, such as making fancy hats like the one worn by dad.

  • 3

    JUNIPER FIRST STRIKE, a first-grader at Cherry Valley Elementary, waits with her dad Rod to have her face painted during Night of the Arts activities.

  • 4

    KIDS WERE busy making hats and other headwear during the Night of the Arts on April 18 at Cherry Valley Elementary. The kiddos were quite creative with their projects.

  • 5

    ADI MONTGOMERY patiently waits for her face to be painted during Night of the Arts activities held Thursday, April 18 at Cherry Valley Elementary in Polson. Many of the kids who attended the event were pre-schoolers who joined in on a spring celebration of the artistic talents of youngsters from toddlers to elementary school age. (Joe Sova photos/Lake County Leader)

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