1st Annual Hudson Mad Hatter’s Parade!

Mad Hatter’s Wearable Art Spring Break Workshop, Photo by Thomas Roeschlein

Program Description: Community members are invited to join our Tween Advisory Council members participating in the Hudson Mad Hatters’ Parade: a parade of wearable art, created by tweens, local artists, and community participants as a shared celebration of Hudson’s industrial history and emerging future as a city of makers. The Parade is organized by Processional Arts Workshop (PAW), a non-profit arts organization that works with communities to create site-specific art parades and performances. PAW is teaming up with local Hudson organizations, including Basilica Hudson and the library with hands-on workshops to create Hudson-inspired headdresses, costumes, puppets, and other wearable mobile artworks. The Parade steps off from the library and ends at Basilica Hudson, making a final grand entrance at Basilica’s Spring Farm and Flea. For more info, visit madhattersparade.org/.

Date/Time: Saturday, May 11, 1pm-3pm. Meet up in front of the Galvan Armory at 1pm. Parade kick-off at 2pm.

Target Audience: All Ages

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