As his brother Press, 4, looks on at right, James Dunlap, 6, of Dallas, Texas, checks out the tie-dye pattern he had just created on a piece of cloth using indigo during the Family Fun Day at the Coastal Discovery Museum on Friday. The free, day-long event featuring fun activities and exhibits was held to give the public a chance to see what the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn has to offer.
As his brother Press, 4, looks on at right, James Dunlap, 6, of Dallas, Texas, checks out the tie-dye pattern he had just created on a piece of cloth using indigo during the Family Fun Day at the Coastal Discovery Museum on Friday. The free, day-long event featuring fun activities and exhibits was held to give the public a chance to see what the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn has to offer. Staff photo
As his brother Press, 4, looks on at right, James Dunlap, 6, of Dallas, Texas, checks out the tie-dye pattern he had just created on a piece of cloth using indigo during the Family Fun Day at the Coastal Discovery Museum on Friday. The free, day-long event featuring fun activities and exhibits was held to give the public a chance to see what the Coastal Discovery Museum at Honey Horn has to offer. Staff photo

Photo: Family Fun Day at Coastal Discovery Museum

August 08, 2014 07:01 PM

UPDATED August 08, 2014 07:22 PM

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