Children’s Day held at the Pittston Farmers Market July 26


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Balloon artist TJ Belt of Jubilee Balloons makes a dog balloon for Jack Whiteduck, 3, and his brother Michael Whiteduck, 5 at Children’s Day at the Pittston Farmers Market July 26. Members of CEO Weinberg Food Bank volunteered their services for face painting and other activities.


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Storyteller, muscian and teacher Mary Baker entertained children all day with song during Children’s Day at the Pittston Farmers Market July 26. Playing instruments are, from left, Layla Lewandowski, 17 months; Wyatt Lewandowski, 3; Bella Barrera, 5; Landon Hontz, 9; and Lucas Maira, 5.


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The Pittston Memorial Library booth was busy giving away free books and selling raffle tickets for back-to-school bookbag filled with supplies during Children’s Day at the Pittston Farmers Market July 26.


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At left, Camden Fecdman, 2 1/2, is very into his dinosaur book from the Pittston Memorial Library during Children’s Day at the Pittston Farmers Market July 26. Looking on next to him is, second from left, Sarah Piasecki, 4; William Conway, 5; and Abbie Smith, 6.


Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

PITTSTON — Children’s Day at the Pittston Farmers Market was held Tuesday, July 26.

Children planted and learned how to make summer drinks with CEO Weinberg Food Bank. There was also face painting, balloon sculptures by Jubilee Balloons, a sing-a-long with Mary Baker.

Friends of the Pittston Library gave away free books and sold chances for the Back-to-School Backpack filled with supplies and gift cards.

Balloon artist TJ Belt of Jubilee Balloons makes a dog balloon for Jack Whiteduck, 3, and his brother Michael Whiteduck, 5 at Children’s Day at the Pittston Farmers Market July 26. Members of CEO Weinberg Food Bank volunteered their services for face painting and other activities.
http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_kidsday1.jpgBalloon artist TJ Belt of Jubilee Balloons makes a dog balloon for Jack Whiteduck, 3, and his brother Michael Whiteduck, 5 at Children’s Day at the Pittston Farmers Market July 26. Members of CEO Weinberg Food Bank volunteered their services for face painting and other activities. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

Storyteller, muscian and teacher Mary Baker entertained children all day with song during Children’s Day at the Pittston Farmers Market July 26. Playing instruments are, from left, Layla Lewandowski, 17 months; Wyatt Lewandowski, 3; Bella Barrera, 5; Landon Hontz, 9; and Lucas Maira, 5.
http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_kidsday2.jpgStoryteller, muscian and teacher Mary Baker entertained children all day with song during Children’s Day at the Pittston Farmers Market July 26. Playing instruments are, from left, Layla Lewandowski, 17 months; Wyatt Lewandowski, 3; Bella Barrera, 5; Landon Hontz, 9; and Lucas Maira, 5. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

The Pittston Memorial Library booth was busy giving away free books and selling raffle tickets for back-to-school bookbag filled with supplies during Children’s Day at the Pittston Farmers Market July 26.
http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_kidsday3.jpgThe Pittston Memorial Library booth was busy giving away free books and selling raffle tickets for back-to-school bookbag filled with supplies during Children’s Day at the Pittston Farmers Market July 26. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

At left, Camden Fecdman, 2 1/2, is very into his dinosaur book from the Pittston Memorial Library during Children’s Day at the Pittston Farmers Market July 26. Looking on next to him is, second from left, Sarah Piasecki, 4; William Conway, 5; and Abbie Smith, 6.
http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_kidsday4.jpgAt left, Camden Fecdman, 2 1/2, is very into his dinosaur book from the Pittston Memorial Library during Children’s Day at the Pittston Farmers Market July 26. Looking on next to him is, second from left, Sarah Piasecki, 4; William Conway, 5; and Abbie Smith, 6. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

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