Monday, May 31, 2010

Rockin' at Rhodes

We spent Saturday morning at Rhodes for the annual Children's Theater Festival sponsored by Voices of the South. Rock-n-Romp set up a booth and did wildly popular Rock-n-Roll makeovers that included colored hairspray and tattoos.

There were also lots of other great activities. The kids loved making chickens (that actually clucked) out of plastic cups, painting tiles, and swinging on the giant rings. We also ate popcorn, drank lemonade, and climbed trees. There were lots of indoor activities that we never made it to, but this is definitely a festival you don't want to miss. Especially since it is pay what you can! (It's every Memorial Day weekend, so mark your calendars for next year.)

We had one can of green hairspray leftover that Jiro carried around with him all day. That evening at the Shell, he personally gave a handful of kids punk rock hairstyles. Before he went to sleep that night we had to discuss all of the colors that the spray comes in, how much it costs, and when we could buy some more. Rock-n-Romp will be doing makeovers at Bands Not Bombs next Saturday, so maybe I'll just put Jiro in charge.

1 comment:

Sassy Molassy said...

Ooh! I want to make a swing like that! What were the rings made of?

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