First annual Kid Central Festival is hands-on fun

Bangor area children along with a parent learn wet felting from Jodi Clayton (left) at One Lupin Fiber Arts on Park Street in Bangor on Saturday during Kid Central Festival. Wet felting is the oldest form of felting, dating back to 4500B.C. according to Clayton who taught kids how to combine wrapping wool with water, soap and friction to create a solid felt ball to be used as a pet toy or decoration.
Bangor area children along with a parent learn wet felting from Jodi Clayton (left) at One Lupin Fiber Arts on Park Street in Bangor on Saturday during Kid Central Festival. Wet felting is the oldest form of felting, dating back to 4500B.C. according to Clayton who taught kids how to combine wrapping wool with water, soap and friction to create a solid felt ball to be used as a pet toy or decoration.
Teens Brittany Caruso, left, of Kenduskeag and Katrina Bowden, center, of Hudson, look at their image on the back of a camera held by photo instructor Steve Foster (right), at Studio 36 during Kid Central Festival in Bangor on Saturday. Children were treated to a free photo session including a digital file being emailed to them  to print at home.
Teens Brittany Caruso, left, of Kenduskeag and Katrina Bowden, center, of Hudson, look at their image on the back of a camera held by photo instructor Steve Foster (right), at Studio 36 during Kid Central Festival in Bangor on Saturday. Children were treated to a free photo session including a digital file being emailed to them to print at home.
Posted May 07, 2011, at 4:07 p.m.
Last modified May 09, 2011, at 12:06 a.m.
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