Father Daughter Dinner Dance held at Children's Museum


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On Sunday evening, the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh held its eighth annual Father Daughter Dinner Dance. Donning their favorite party dresses, daughters danced with their dads, enjoyed a buffet-style dinner of kid-friendly foods, wrote love letters, painted pictures and took enchanted horse and carriage rides through Buhl Community Park. Some fathers and daughters had made this sold-out event a yearly ritual, while others were experiencing it for the first time. "We've been coming for four years now, and it is our favorite time of year," said Nathan Wadding of Canonsburg, accompanied by his two enchanting daughters, Parker Ann, 9, and Jillian, 5.


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