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Correction, September 9, 2008: The Friends of the Symphony, a support group of Augusta Symphony, presented the Instrument Petting Zoo held on Sunday at Morris Museum of Art. The text that appeared with a photograph of the event in Monday's newspaper failed to list the group as the presenter of the annual event.


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Christian Jarvis, 3, gives a tuba a try during the Instrument Petting Zoo at the Morris Museum of Art on Sunday. The Instrument Petting Zoo, an outreach program put on by the Morris Museum of Art and presented by The Friends of The Symphony, gave children the opportunity to try out different instruments from dozens of musicians and make their own musical crafts. Children got to try woodwinds, string, brass and percussion instruments.  Michael Holahan/Staff
Michael Holahan/Staff
Christian Jarvis, 3, gives a tuba a try during the Instrument Petting Zoo at the Morris Museum of Art on Sunday. The Instrument Petting Zoo, an outreach program put on by the Morris Museum of Art and presented by The Friends of The Symphony, gave children the opportunity to try out different instruments from dozens of musicians and make their own musical crafts. Children got to try woodwinds, string, brass and percussion instruments.

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