The first Wonder at Ware ArtWalk was held Saturday afternoon at Ware Episcopal Church. It featured an outdoor exhibit of art by children in Gloucester public elementary schools and attracted more than 350 visitors.
The artwork was hung along a pathway that winds around the church grounds. The students whose art was displayed were greeted at the entrance to the walk by Ware Rector Scott Parnell, who presented each of them with a certificate.
Along walk were also some informational displays, including those hosted by the Choral School, the Salvation Army and the D.A.R.E. drug education program.
Near the end of the pathway were thousands of blooming daffodils, where free family portraits were offered by an onsite photographer. The path ended near an outdoor area that surrounds the church’s pavilion.
The outdoor area was full of activities for the visitors, including making a first aid kit, making a bird feeder, crafting key chains and planting both bulbs and seeds. There was ...
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