Artsbridge's Kids' Fun Fest was open to all mid-Ohio Valley youngsters.
It was the first time the event has been held at Parkersburg City Park, but due to the rain, it was moved inside the park pavilion.
Artsbridge president Lisa Collins says activities included making paper hats, face painting and a chance for the youngsters to see medieval art.
Also on display, was the anti-tobacco program Raze's signature Hummer vehicle.
Those who missed seeing the Hummer Wednesday will have a second chance Thursday.
It will be at the teen center at 1200 Mary Street, from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m.
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