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Family Fun Fest in Marlborough

Marlborough families enjoy the performances at Marlborough's Union Common.

Marlborough families enjoy the performances at Marlborough's Union Common.

Marlborough – The River's Edge Art Alliance continued their Saturday Family Fun Festivals Aug. 9 at Union Common in Marlborough.

Families in the Marlborough community were invited to stop by and enjoy the free entertainment in the park, which featured performances by Mystic Paper Beasts, The Stupendous Mr. Magichead, and the Vegetable Circus Show. The performers were a hit with both kids and parents alike.

The festival also featured a themed art event for kids to enjoy between the performances. By highlighting the importance of art the River's Edge Art Alliance aims to promote their mission to enhance lives and create community through the arts.

Photos/Gregory Arnold

 

 

 

 

The Stupendous Mr. Magichead prepares to unveil something from his magic hat.

The Stupendous Mr. Magichead prepares to unveil something from his magic hat.

The Stupendous Mr. Magichead enlists the help of audience member, Jase, at the River's Edge Art Alliance Family Fun Festival.

The Stupendous Mr. Magichead enlists the help of audience member, Jase, at the River's Edge Art Alliance Family Fun Festival.

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