MyKingstonKids Fest2017 at The Lace Mill

Kids Festival at The Lace Mill

The Lace Mill is the place to be for MyKingstonKids Fest2017, a free indoor/outdoor event created for local children. Your child will enjoy an eclectic experience of  interactive educational tools; engaging, fun-loving events; and age-appropriate entertainment. MyKingstonKids Fest2017 includes a children’s art show, music, performances, dance classes, arts & crafts, games, and more. MyKingstonKids Fest 2017 is open to the public from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The Lace Mill, 165 Cornell Street, Kingston.

For early-bird, get-up-and-go kids, MyKingstonKids Fest offers a Yoga Fun Class at 10:30 a.m.;  for parents and those young-at-heart, an adult beginners yoga class runs at the same time.

And who doesn’t love a Wonderland Tea Party? Tea Party-ers dress up, enjoy “tea & snacks,” parlor games and entertainment; choose from one of two age groups, ages 4-6 and 7-9. Register in advance as space is limited by visiting MyKingstonKids Fest2017.

Follow the latest updates on the MyKingston Kids Fest2017 Facebook page, too.

Kids’ Summer Programs

young white child experimenting with brightly colored paintsStarting July 1, RUPCO’s Program Services is offering two creative programs for resident children.

Lace Mill Kids is open to children ages 3-5 who live at the midtown Kingston community. Children will learn dance and rhythm in a fun and interactive way as a warm-up to activity each day. The group will create a “Lace Mill Kids” mural with different art mediums to commemorate the summer program. The program meets Tuesdays and Thursday from 10am to noon.

A second program, Woodstock Commons Kids, is geared towards children ages 5-13 who live at the intergenerational campus. Children will warm-up with basic acting skills and created a “Woodstock Commons Kids” mural with various materials and art supplies. This session meets from 2-5pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Summer Program Coordinator Jara Childs oversees both free programs which run for four weeks through the end of July. To register or for more information, email Program Services Supervisor Kim Mapes or call (845) 331-2140 ext. 307.