Pioneer Days 1999 

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Saturday, October 16th

Creative Arts Group set up a children's workshop with the theme of "Fanciful Ghosts."
The Sierra Madre Nursery School had two events ocurring, butter making and old-fashioned clotheswashing using washboards and tubs.
Sierra Madre Elementary School set up a display of old photographs featuring the history of school houses in Sierra Madre.  There was also be a tall-tales story-telling session, and children had the opportunity to make paper.  All events are scheduled from 1-4 p.m..  Last updated 10/12/99

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TheCreative Arts Group sponsored Fanciful Ghost making
The SM School had readers of tall tales for children, City Councilman and former Mayor Doug Hayes reads as kids look on.
Judy Webb-Martin reads as kids look on.  The biggest kid listening in is of course Uncle Bill McKernan.
Ruth Richardson was one of the SM School volunteers, helping kids with papermaking.

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