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Broad Ripple Art Fair
Ongoing on the 29th of each Month.

Kids' Stage features Idiophonic Rhythms with Bill Bailey at 11:30am, 1:30pm and 3:30pm. Fiddle 'n' Feet will demonstrate traditional clogging during performances at 11:30am, 1:30pm and 3:30pm. Kids can have fund in the Bounce House and Spin-A-Pot where children and parents can mold and fashion personalized cereamic work on a potter's wheel. There will also be entertainment, food and a variety of artwork and much more. Tickets: $10 at gate; $1 children 2-12 nonmembers; $8 adults members in advance. Tickets can be purchased at the Art Center, First Indiana Bank locations, O'Malia's Food Markets, Marsh Supermarkets and TicketCentral at the Artsgarden.
Times:10am-6pm
Where:Indianapolis Art Center
Additional Info: Phone: 255-2464

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