Join the festivities each Saturday for family fun. Tour nearly 20 figurative and abstract sculptures, meet the artists, preview new sculptures, shop at a pop-up DinoStore celebrating “Haddy,” our famous Hadrosaurus foulkii, dedication of the new “Ballerina” sculpture and more. Highlight of the month will be the unveiling of a new historic dog sculpture plus dedication of the new Children’s Sculpture Zoo on April 27, which is the 5th annual International Sculpture Day, celebrated by artists, organizations and institutions around the world.
“Dozens of volunteers have created a month of sculpture-oriented fun for all ages,” said Stuart Harting, founder and Chair of HOST, the nonprofit Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust. “And almost everything is free.” The schedule includes:
April 6: Meet & greet “Haddy” sculptor John Giannotti, 11am-3pm, Lantern Lane.
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