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JENSEN BEACH -
The delighted Treasure Coast children experienced fall weather, fun activities and memorable opportunities at the 8th annual TreasureFest Family Fun Day on Oct. 27th, at the Children's Museum of the Treasure Coast.
Hurricane Sandy couldn't scare off more than a thousand of kids, parents and grandparents at Indian Riverside Park for the Halloween festival. Local children and families frolicked in the pumpkin patch, had their bags out for trick-or-treating, and participated in the pumpkin carving and costume contests. Popular activities, like treasure hunts, arts and crafts stations, and games, provided entertainment for everyone.
'We were thrilled with the tremendous number of attendees at this year's TreasureFest,' said Tammy Calabria, the museum's executive director. 'Special thanks go to the Bank of America, for providing an exciting opportunity for the region again this year. The Children's Museum enjoyed sharing and creating traditions with all of the families who attended this annual event.'
This year's TreasureFest sponsors included Hometown News; the law firm of Goldstein, Schmitt, & Wade, PL; American Red Cross; Baron Graphics; Bank of America; Donaldson & Weston, PA; Dragonfly Graphics; Four Fish Marina; Indian Riverside Park; The Junior League of Martin County; Katz Pediatrics; Marine Max; RE/MAX of Stuart; The Sailing Center; Simpson Chiropractic; Stuart News; Stuart Pediatric Dentistry; TreasureCoast.com; Treasure Coast Paddle; Treasure Coast Parenting Magazine.
For more information, call (772) 225-7575 or visit www.childrensmuseumtc.org.