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July 24, 2008
More than 600 children enjoyed creating masks at the Cleveland Institute of Art tent at Parade the Circle.
CIA Engages Community Kids at Parade the Circle If you attended Parade the Circle, odds are good you encountered a panda, a tiger or a bear. . . in mask form, that is! More than 600 children created magical masks of their own design at the CIA tent at this University Circle event. Kids of all ages enjoyed the opportunity to participate in the day, and they let their imaginations roam free using feathers and fine jewels, pipe cleaners and paint. The tent was hosted by the department of Extended Studies and Community Outreach.
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