"It's interesting. There's all the art, there's culture, there's history," says Joe Schmidt, Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute spokesman.
"It's showing you ideas that I've never even known about. I mean like the lanterns, that's probably one of my favorite activities we've done, and it's giving kids an opportunity to try something new with art," says Katie Bennett, 10-year-old Utica resident.
All activities were free and open to the public.