Local Church and Preschool Join Forces for Family Fun Fest Community Event
The King Street Early Learning Center, along with the King Street United Church of Christ, both located at 201 S. King Street, in Danbury, are planning their annual, multigenerational Family Fun Fest for the entire community on May 4, to be held on site.
The fest begins at 11:15 with a patriotic, interactive music program by Nancy Wildman. The event will also feature story time with the Honorable Mayor Mark Boughton at noon. At 1:00, there will be an original presentation, Dancin’ With the Honeybees, by beekeeper, Clifford Wright-Sunflower. This interactive, 90 minute play “brings the scientific magic of the honeybee hive to life.” The play is sure to delight, engage and educate people of all ages. Immediately following is the “Bee Touch Me Museum,” which invites children to further investigate and reinforce the concepts learned in the show. Additionally, for a small fee, children may make a beeswax candle. Farm fresh honey, pollen and beeswax candles will be available for sale, as well.
During the event, preschool staff and consultants will available to answer questions about the King Street Early Learning Center.
Additional offerings include KSUCC’s very own Pastor Paul and his balloon animal creations, Ben’s Bells, face painting, and Touch-a-Fire Truck. Food will be available from food trucks during the event.
THIS IS A FREE EVENT, however, donations will be gratefully accepted.