Regis­tra­tion be­gins May 11 for Youth Arts Fes­ti­val

Serve Daily - - LIFE EVENTS - By Whit­ney Han­cock

The win­ners of the mo­tor­ized drift trike race were: first, Con­nor McCon­agie, Maple Moun­tain High School; sec­ond, Tay­ton Hair, Span­ish Fork High School; third, Kay­den John­son, Span­ish Fork High School; fourth, Matt Buck­ley, Span­ish There will also be classes in break Fork High School; fifth, Porter Neil­son, danc­ing, hip-hop danc­ing, tum­bling and Maple Moun­tain High School. The top 10 Have you ever wanted to il­lus­trate your Tae Kwon Do. in this cat­e­gory were awarded auto dark­en­ing own comic book? Or per­form amaz­ing There will also be many classes for hel­mets from the many spon­sors. magic tricks to as­ton­ish your friends? younger chil­dren from kinder arts to The over­all win­ner for Best De­sign i n Dec­o­rate ex­trav­a­gant cup­cakes, or maybe mom-and-me quilt­ing, ba­sic sew­ing, art, the mo­tor­ized cat­e­go­ry­was Lu­cas Adams, make your own quilt or per­form on stage? tum­bling and dance. There will also be a Salem Hills High School. Miller Elec­tric Then come join in the fun and cre­ative­ness few classes of­fered for par­ents. awarded him a new welder. of the Youth Arts Fes­ti­val planned On­line regis­tra­tion for classes will be­gin

The non-mo­tor­ized win­ners were: Best June 6-17 in Span­ish Fork. just af­ter mid­night on May 11 and regis­tra­tion of Show, Colton Stulce, Span­ish Fork The Youth Arts Fes­ti­val is a two-week in the Parks & Recre­ation Of­fice High School; Best De­sign, Alex Cook, cre­ative arts ex­pe­ri­ence for chil­dren ages will be­gin at 8 a.m. that day. Classes will Span­ish Fork High School; Most Unique, 18 months to 18 years that aims to en­gage fill on a first come, first served ba­sis. Reg­is­ter Kade Richard­son, Salem Hills High and en­rich young chil­dren through mu­sic, on­line at re­con­line.span­ish­fork.org School; Best Work­man­ship, Nate Perkins, dance, art, lit­er­a­ture, drama, photography or reg­is­ter in per­son at the Parks and Recre­ation Span­ish Fork High School; and Freestyle, and more. Class top­ics will range from Of­fice at 775 N. Main in Span­ish Jarom Tasker and Elise Baur, Salem Hills play­ing the ukulele to magic, draw­ing, Fork. High School. comic de­sign, 3-D de­sign, flo­ral de­sign, For more in­for­ma­tion, call 801-804-

Thanks go to the many spon­sors, ad­min­is­tra­tors, cup­cake wars (dec­o­rat­ing), adapt­able art, 4600, send an email to yaf@sfcn.org, or par­tic­i­pants, spec­ta­tors and jew­elry de­sign, charms, crochet, knit­ting, visit www.span­ish­fork.org. par­ents of these stu­dents for sup­port­ing piec­ing a quilt, ba­sic sew­ing, cre­ative To check out the avail­able classes at the Nebo weld­ing pro­grams. writ­ing and tole paint­ing. fes­ti­val, go to www.span­ish­fork.org.

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