Kid Canvas artist Amy Parks will be providing entertainment for the kids while the grownups compete in a pancake eating contest at Wild Eggs in the Westport Village shopping center from noon until 3:00PM on Saturday, September 29th.
Face Painting by Kid Canvas artist Amy Parks was featured at the Creasey-Mahan Nature Preservere in Goshen, KY. The nature preserve was presenting a program titled 'Bugs Behaving Badly' and asked Amy to provide extra entertainment for the event. Here are some photos of the faces painted. Click any photo for a larger view.
KidCanvas Face Painting artist Amy Parks provided free face painting at this event courtesy of the Goshen Chamber of Commerce.
More details about the event can be found on the City of Goshen web page.
Face painting was a huge hit at this event! Kid Canvas was originally scheduled for 5:00PM until the movie started at 8:00PM. But kids kept lining up even after the movie began! The last face was not painted until nearly 10:00PM!
Amy made Chloe's birthday party extra exciting for kids and adults alike. The designs chosen by the kids included Unicorns, Spider-Man, Dragon Master, and more.
Kid Canvas Face Painting partnered with Kroger in Prospect to help Timothy Burton, a man with multiple myeloma (a cancer that affects the plasma cells in bone marrow) . Faces were painted in the entry lobby of Kroger from 11-3, and a bag lunch by Boar's Head was offered for purchase. Proceeds went towards Mr Burton's treatment
Free Family Fun for the 15th year, the Jeffersonville, Indiana Entire Family Fun Festival featured Kid Canvas Face Painting artist Amy Parks, pony rides, arts and crafts, and live music. (Illustration from the Courier Journal)
Sponsored by St Matthews baptist church, featured Kid Canvas Face Painting artist Amy Parks, David Garrard Magic shows, music, inflatables, live singing and dancing on stage, and showcased food and goods from many local area vendors.