Houston Children's Festival takes over downtown
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Children are filling downtown Houston this weekend for what's being called the largest children's festival in the United States.
Kids can do anything from riding a carousel to making an art project or dancing onstage.
There's also a mechanical bull, a family circus and characters from some popular kids shows on hand to pose for pictures.
The festival ends Sunday at 6:3pm.
Proceeds go to Child Advocates, a group that helps children in foster care.
Check out photos from this year's Houston Children's Festival, and send your own photos to News@abc13.com!
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