The City of Fairfax Commission on the Arts presents this FREE performance as song and dance man Mr. Skip, members of Sior-Og, and Irish dancers come together to celebrate St. Patrick's Day!
Mr. Skip, our favorite Children's Song and Dance man, makes the week start with a smile as we celebrate St. Patrick's Day! Wear your green, bring your little ones, and come ready to sing, move, and celebrate!
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