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DIFF 2013 Family Day at Klyde Warren Park—April 6

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2013 Dallas International Film Festival Family DayWith a bit of carnival flair, Family Day includes activities, musicians and performances for filmgoers of all ages.

This year, the entirely FREE day of fun starts at 2 p.m. on April 6 at the new Klyde Warren Park in downtown Dallas where kids can make arts and crafts and strut on our red carpet. The fun concludes with a free 20th-anniversary outdoor screening of the child- hood classic THE SANDLOT (make sure to bring a blanket).

Activities

Young film lovers will be able to make their own microphone and “walk of fame” Hollywood star, as well as decorate their own celebrity sunglasses and popcorn boxes. Also, kids can get their faces painted, jump in the bounce house, visit our balloon artist and check out the Texas Honey Bee Guild to see what’s buzzin’.

2 p.m.Trevor Douglas4 p.m.Dallas Opera
2:30 p.m.Kitty Carter Dance Factory4:30 p.m.Bowman Ensemble
3 p.m.DMA Resident Storyteller, Ann Marie Newman5 p.m.Southern Gentleman
3:30 p.m.David Chicken5:30 p.m.Dallas Wind Symphony Tuba Quartet
SundownScreening of THE SANDLOT



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