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Creation Station does have something for everybody

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Published on Friday, April 27, 2012

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Children visiting Creation Station is one of the most active parts of the Greer Family Fest on Saturday morning. There are arts and crafts that have something for everyone. Greer area churches volunteer for this popular activity.

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Children visiting Creation Station is one of the most active parts of the Greer Family Fest on Saturday morning. There are arts and crafts that have something for everyone. Greer area churches volunteer for this popular activity.

 

Parents may be advised to practice time management with their children next Saturday, May 5 at the free Anne Helton’s Creation Station from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. The venue will be at the Train Depot at Randall Street.

There are at least a half dozen new arts and crafts featured among the 30 ranging from splatter paint to construction wood pile.

New crafts for the festival are:

A Spot of Tea

Door Hangers

Handprint Paper Flower

Macaroni Jewelry

Paper Frog Puppet

Scratch Art

The You and Me Book

Returning favorites for this year’s festival include: bead jewelry, flower pots, face and hand painting, bubble mix, play dough table, hat boutique, butterfly beauties, puppet people, glitter flies, sand bracelets, animal balloons, coffee filter hats, water table, sand box, wood pile, fishing pool and the popular graffiti wall.

Greer area churches volunteer for Creation Station. They are:

Blessed Trinity

Covenant Harvest

Episcopal Church of Good Shepard

First Presbyterian Church

Heritage Bible Church

Lake Cooley Baptist Church

Northwood Baptist Church

Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church

Pleasant Grove Baptist Church

Providence Baptist Church

Taylors First Baptist Church

Victor Baptist Church

Washington Baptist Church

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