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The Grand Kids Bazaar

The Grand Grand Kids Festival, renamed the Grand Kids Bazaar, because much of the festival moved indoors to avoid the weather, provided a venue for family fun. "We are damp but undaunted," said Maureen Patton, executive director of The Grand 1894 Opera House.

Coordinator Kathy Vandewalli talked to GuidryNews.com at days end. Listen  Download  

GuidryNews.com documented the sights and sounds of the festival on this page.  Please thank our sponsors for their support of the event and our coverage.

   

April 07, 2007 -- "We are damp but undaunted," said Maureen Patton, executive director of The Grand 1894 Opera House, as the Grand Kids Festival contined dispite cold, damp weather. Listen
April 07, 2007 -- Grand Kids Festival Coordinator Kathy Vandewalli said that an advantage to moving the event indoors as the Grand Kids Bazaar, is that the event may continue past the previously set 5 p.m. closing time. Click Here for More Photos and Audio
April 07, 2007 -- The Grand Kids Festival, renamed the Grand Kids Bazaar, with many of the events moved indoors because of the threat of rain, got underway as scheduled at 10 a.m., with a welcome by Maureen Patton, executive director of The Grand 1894 Opera House. More Inside
April 06, 2007 -- On Thursday Grand Kids Festival Coordinator Kathy Vandewalli said that the threat of colder weather had not dampened the enthusiasm for the festival. Listen
April 06, 2007 -- Featuring three outdoor performance stages, and showcasing over 50 booths offering unique, hands-on activities, arts and crafts for children, The Grand Kids Festival has become a favorite springtime activity for families throughout the Houston/Galveston and Gulf Coast area. More


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