1 of 19: Folks of all ages enjoyed the performances in the Family Area.
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2 of 19: The river bank by the World of Food proved a popular picnicing spot.
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3 of 19: A perfect spring day in a beautiful setting made for a relaxing afternoon.
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4 of 19: Cambridge Rotary Club invited all to try their hand at Chalk on the Walk.
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5 of 19: Thirty young dancers from La Pinata wowed the crowd with folk traditions from Central America.
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6 of 19: La Pinata's high energy dancing drew hundreds to the Family Area.
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7 of 19: Odaiko New England brought the booming sounds of Japanese taiko drumming to the Culture for Kids Stage hosted by Club Passim.
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8 of 19: Ricardo Frota explored the sounds of the Brazilian rainforest with his young audience at the Culture for Kids Stage hosted by Club Passim.
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9 of 19: Silver Girl, a living statute.
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10 of 19: Spontaneous Celebrations leads a percussion workshop using plastic buckets, pots, pans, and other recycled
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11 of 19: The Harlem Gospel Choir moved the crowds at the Regattabar Stage.
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12 of 19: Jody Weber designed a site specific dance.
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13 of 19: Harry and the Potters rocked and whirled at the Middle East Stage.
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14 of 19: Art activities offered by four cultural organizations kept kids creating throughout the day.
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15 of 19: The Poetry Wall inspired odes, ditties, memories and jingles.
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16 of 19: Stilt walkers from Spontaneous Celebration lead an impromptu parade.
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17 of 19: A classic Punch & Judy show surveys the scene.
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18 of 19: Artist Jameel Parker welcomed all comers to paint a mural that now hangs at the Cambridge high school.
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19 of 19: The Cambridge River Festival relies on the generosity of community-minded businesses to happen each year.
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