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Family Day held at Sewickley art center

| Tuesday, June 10, 2014, 2:39 p.m.
Aaron McGregor
Michael Gouch of the North Hills takes a picture of his wife,Tuesday, and their two daughters, Gabrielle, 4, and Tiana, 1, as they create spin-art masterpieces on Saturday during Wild Things Family Day at Sweetwater Center for the Arts in Sewickley.
Aaron McGregor
Executive Director of the Sewickley Valley Historical Society Harton Semple Jr., shows Carl Sinagoga, 6, a working, German carved, music box of an American sailor from World War 1 as part of Sweetwater’s Family Day on June 7.
Aaron McGregor
Laurie Rozday of Sewickley takes a picture of her 4-year-old son, Joey, as he models the avant-garde fashion statement he created during Sweetwater Center for the Arts Family Day on June 7 in Sewickley.
Aaron McGregor
Chef Nick Gryszka of Weirton, W.Va., supervises the kitchen as Laney, 9, and Jack Gardell, 7, decorate cookies with yellow and green icing during the festivities at Sweetwater Center for the Arts in Sewickley as part of Wild Things Family Day

As part of its “Wild Things” exhibit, Sweetwater Center for the Arts hosted a family day on Saturday, June 7, 2014, offering children and their families an array of events and activities.

Next month, the center will host Art Brew.

Bobby Cherry is an associate editor for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-324-1408 or rcherry@tribweb.com.

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