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Weekly Photo Challenge: Carefree: The Photos From Multnomah Days 2013

23 Aug

Hello everyone I am back from the editing black hole, how I found my way out I am not entirely sure. 🙂

I took quite a few photos last week at Multnomah Days 2013 and want to share just a few with you. I am thinking at least a few of these fit the photo challenge posed last Friday as well which was Carefree. These kids and adults really enjoyed the events in the kids area brought to the Multnomah village with the help of PDX Kids Calendar/Metro-Parents Magazine.

Do-Jump was there to help people get their acrobat selves some play time, along with many musical, story, and puppet performers. (Red Yarn, Olive & Dingo, Penny’s Puppet Production, and Spanish story time with the Portland Early Learning Project)

There were bubbles at the photos booth this year which really got the kids into their carefree moods, they LOVED the bubble machine. I believe a few (or maybe fore than a few) kids stayed and played with the bubbles for at least 20 minutes!

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Multnomah Days

15 Aug

Last year I spend quite a few days of the summer doing photography for the PDX Kids Calendar photo booth. This summer they have not done as many, but I will be back with them on Saturday the 17th from 9 to 4. Anyone who would like to can come and get their picture taken at the photo booth and join in the fun at Multnomah Days.

There will be food, music, and fun for everyone so I hope to see some of you there. 🙂 If you don’t live in the area maybe someday you will get to visit the lovely city of Portland or south west Washington.

(Photo from event last year)


PDX Kids Calendar: Belmont

17 Oct

The PDX Kids Calendar had a booth at the Belmont Street Fair. Part of the booth includes a dress up area with a photo booth. I volunteered to take the photographs for them a while back. Here are just a few from that day. To see more visit the PDX Kids Calendar website or Facebook page.


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