For Huntington Beach resident Mya Gonfiotti, 5, it was her first visit to the Children’s Museum of the Sierra. Mya, who is visiting her grandparents in Coarsegold, dressed as a pirate in honor of Pirate Day last week. Sticking with the theme, the museum offered fish and chips (Goldfish crackers and potato chips), along with cannonballs (grapes). The children also had the chance to do some treasure hunting for that thar’ gold (bags filled with a mix-match of small toys).
For Huntington Beach resident Mya Gonfiotti, 5, it was her first visit to the Children’s Museum of the Sierra. Mya, who is visiting her grandparents in Coarsegold, dressed as a pirate in honor of Pirate Day last week. Sticking with the theme, the museum offered fish and chips (Goldfish crackers and potato chips), along with cannonballs (grapes). The children also had the chance to do some treasure hunting for that thar’ gold (bags filled with a mix-match of small toys). Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star
For Huntington Beach resident Mya Gonfiotti, 5, it was her first visit to the Children’s Museum of the Sierra. Mya, who is visiting her grandparents in Coarsegold, dressed as a pirate in honor of Pirate Day last week. Sticking with the theme, the museum offered fish and chips (Goldfish crackers and potato chips), along with cannonballs (grapes). The children also had the chance to do some treasure hunting for that thar’ gold (bags filled with a mix-match of small toys). Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star

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