Molino Park Elementary Spends Day With The Arts

April 26, 2008


Molino Park Elementary School held its annual Arts Day Friday, with the students spending the day immersed in a variety of arts.

The students enjoyed a wide range of arts, from pottery to painting to music to storytelling. They had the opportunity to get “hands on” with many activities, including clay and painting.

For a complete photo gallery with over 100 photos from the Molino Park Elementary School Arts Day, click here.

The day ending with the “Molino Park Arts Day Roundup”, a live concert series in the school cafeteria. Artist appearing in the concert all had local ties to Molino Park. They were:

  • Kate Kimball, a Molino Park second grade teacher.
  • Fred Stallworth and Company
  • Lynda Barnes, mother of MPES students Joshua Barnes
  • Mike McCarten, “Mr. Mac Says”
  • Kelton French, brother of first grader Joshua French and third grader Jordan French
  • Crystal Church, mother of first grader Crystalyn Daley

Artist Demonstrations included: Danny Street, air brush; Matt Brabham, pottery; Denise Vowell, sculpture; Ralph Thomas, wood turner; and Patsy Pennington, Watercolor.

Exhibits included: Jim Miller, chain mail; Lisa Schlobohm and Michelle Hawkins, cake decorating; Dee Riley, candle making; Carolyn and Fred Stallworth, floral arranging; Barbara Scholz, oil paintings; Sean Chaffee, photography; Ravoe Nelson and Mary Haas, quilting; Barrineau Park Historical Society, tatting; Peggy Cole, recycle trash into treasure; Linda Till, embroidery; Pensacola Museum of Art, art; Molino Historical Society, photography display; Colton Maughon and Chuck Ellis, motorcross; Jarrett Parker, car racing and Allen Lowery, dragsters.

Pictured above: Kelton French performs at the Molino Park Arts Day. Pictured below: “Dirt Shirt” says it all. exclusive photos.



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