TARRYTOWN N.Y. -- Parents and children recently enjoyed free access to fun at Tarrytown Music Hall.
The Tarrytown Music Hall held its sixth semi-annual open house event, Family Fun Day. It included circus arts, dance, music and storytelling.
Parents and children enjoyed a variety of hands-on arts and crafts activities, including fall-themed jewelry and spooky egg shakers coloring.
There was a raffle to win a family four-pack of tickets to one of the next Family Fun Series Shows.
The Westchester Circus Arts, Rivertown Dance Academy and Tarrytown's own Rock Island Sound performed at the event.
Healthy snacks and beverages were sold all day, with proceeds benefiting the restoration of the Tarrytown Music Hall.
The Tarrytown Music Hall's programs are made possible by ArtsWestchester with support from Westchester County Government, New York State Council on the Arts and through individual contributors and members.
The Family Fun Series and Family Fun Days are made possible, in part, with support from Westchester Community Foundation, Eileen Fisher, Franzoso Contracting, Green Mountain Energy, Key Bank, Maria Fareri Children's Hospital, Sunrise Solar and Tarrytown Honda.
The event gives special thanks to Westchester Circus Arts, Rivertown Dance Academy, Rock Island Sound of Tarrytown, Mrs. Greens, Ron Dexter, Westchester Family Magazine, and the Music Hall Volunteers for providing in-kind support.
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