Integrative Touch for Kids, a nonprofit organization that supports children with special medical needs and their families, hosted a Butterfly Release Party Sunday at La Encantada, at East Skyline Drive and North Campbell Avenue.
Sticks & Fingers recording artist Richard Noel kept things - and kids- shaking during the Integrative Touch for Kids' Butterfly Release Event, held Sunday in the La Encantada courtyard.
Boys and girls line up to be a limbo star at the butterfly release event, which also included face painting and crafts.
Hanna Bustamante pastes paper butterflies on a stick during Sunday's Integrative Touch for Kids' Butterfly Release at La Encantada.
A colorful flutterer perches on a little girl's hand during the event.
Gillian Murphy, 6, partook in the face painting that was offered at the event, which was held in the courtyard at La Encantada, 2905 E. Skyline Drive. There was also a butterfly release, singalongs and origami butterfly making.
Butterflies in folded-up paper were given to kids to release all at once. Integrative Touch is a nonprofit that helps children with health disorders.
Barbara Wardle and her granddaughter Mackenzie Badie, 3, watch “The Silken Thread” puppet show put on by Puppets Amongus. The show was part of Integrative Touch for Kids’ Butterfly Release Event on Sunday.
Lesa Stonechek dances with daughter Taralynn O'Moore during a
play circle activity at the third annual Integrative Touch for Kids
Ryan Romo plays with 15-month-old Xander Stonechek during the
play circle activity at the retreat for families with special-needs
Frans Tax doesn't have a lot of opportunity to wind down.