Painted rocks for Free Family Saturday

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Courtesy photo - Painted rocks are the project on Free Family Saturday at the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center.

MOSES LAKE — Painted rocks are making a comeback, and rock painting will be the subject of the Free Family Saturday from noon to 2 p.m. (or until supplies run out) at the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center.

The Free Family Saturday program is funded entirely through donations, through the membership program, sponsorships and the annual “Feed the Mammoth” fundraising winter party.

— Staff report

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