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Mirazozo: Is this what it’s like to walk through a rainbow?

Hey yinz kids!

Today, I went with my nephew and his family to the Pittsburgh International Children’s Festival in Oakland. The festival offered crafts, musicians, a petting zoo, free carousel rides, face painters, funnel cake and lots of other cool things kids love and adults might expect. The centerpiece of the festival — and a delight for young and old alike — was the Mirazozo, a giant inflatable sculpture. The luminarium is a network of radiant domes that has delighted visitors worldwide since 1992.

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Maybe I should say, “Is this what it’s like to walk through a kaleidoscope?”

If you haven’t seen it yet, you have one more day! Mirazozo will be open in from 9:30 to 5:30 tomorrow on Mazeroski Field. Admission is $5. It’s definitely worth it.

ImageHope yinz make it dahn,

Estelle