Musical Petting Zoo held in Waterford

Arlo Jadamec, 4, tries his hand at the violin as his cousin, Benny Hyatt, 2, and grandmother Joyce Sargo, and Amy Leigh, left, of String Theory School of Music, offer encouragement during a "Musical Petting Zoo" at the Waterford Public Library on Monday, August 6, 2018. The Leighs, Amy and Chris (not shown), opened the event playing a short set before the children were brought forward to try anything from the electric guitars, the drum set, to violin and clarinet.


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