Storyteller and musician Sean Driscoll made "The Circus King" come alive Thursday for kids at York's McCelvey Center. The arts-in-education program for kindergartners to fifth-graders featured puppets, magic and music.
Storyteller and musician Sean Driscoll made "The Circus King" come alive Thursday for kids at York's McCelvey Center. The arts-in-education program for kindergartners to fifth-graders featured puppets, magic and music.
Storyteller and musician Sean Driscoll made "The Circus King" come alive Thursday for kids at York's McCelvey Center. The arts-in-education program for kindergartners to fifth-graders featured puppets, magic and music.

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