YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- The Yorktown Festival & Street Fair drew a large crowd for Kidville Mount Kisco over the weekend, according to a news release.
Kidville, an "early childhood development and enrichment destination for families with young children," was one of the events featured at the fair on Sunday, according to the release. The festival in Yorktown was Kidville Mount Kisco’s fourth appearance at community events around Northern Westchester this fall before its grand opening set for November, according to the release.
"Attendees of the fair danced to Kidville’s signature Rockin’ Railroad concert, featuring a live 5-piece children’s band, at noon in the Kidz Korner," representatives wrote in the release. "Kidville also welcomed children to their tent to take part in a fun art project, while parents entered a raffle for free Kidville classes."
The new Kidville location at 145 Kisco Ave. in Mount Kisco is set to open the weekend of Nov. 2, with classes beginning Nov. 4, according to the release.
To learn more about Kidville’s developmental classes and to register, residents can visit the Kidville Mount Kisco website or call 914-458-1909.