These are just three of the main floor hallways lined with exhibitors, demonstrations and student activities. There are additional activities in classrooms, etc..
This display of costumes from the Mayfield Dinner Theatre especially caught my eye -
This was our display table:
(From left to right: My Art Gallery, The Leo Nickerson Art Studio, The Hallowe'en scene (door prize made by Sunni D. and donated by Joanne, Joanne's 1:24 scale house filled with (mostly) fridge magnets.)
Art teacher and organizer of Arts Day, Andrea Daly, owns the Art Studio and kindly allows us to exhibit it each year. It's such a joy when students look at it and say, "I know! That's our art studio!" and ask how different things were made.
Sunni's Hallowe'en scene was a great hit....we ran out of paper slips to enter the draw for it so I had to make up more slips from a memo pad from my purse.
Joanne always does such a good job with the students and this year was no exception as she explained how she made the shingles and patio stones from egg cartons.
The students loved Sunni's scene and asked how different components were made. Had to laugh when some students zoomed in on the forks and wanted to know how they were made. And one boy wanted to win it so he could have the skeleton.
A lovely young woman won it and was thrilled.
A volunteer at the table next to us had inherited her grandmother's dollhouse (which at one time had been displayed in Victoria,BC) and hopes to update it some. A couple other adults showed enthusiasm so we gave them club business cards and will see what happens.