On a warm Saturday in December 2014, kids at the Children's Museum in San Luis Obispo got the opportunity to play with artificial "snow" Saturday during a demonstration by museum staff person, Enzo Capone. The substance, called Insta-Snow, turns into a white, fluffy snow-like substance, complete with a wet, cold feeling, when water is added. From left, Emily Landine, 9 Arroyo Grande, Christopher Lopez, 5, Chico, Brady Bittle, 5, San Mateo, Franki Morrow, 3, SLO and Henry Podsakoff, 5 Davis.
On a warm Saturday in December 2014, kids at the Children's Museum in San Luis Obispo got the opportunity to play with artificial "snow" Saturday during a demonstration by museum staff person, Enzo Capone. The substance, called Insta-Snow, turns into a white, fluffy snow-like substance, complete with a wet, cold feeling, when water is added. From left, Emily Landine, 9 Arroyo Grande, Christopher Lopez, 5, Chico, Brady Bittle, 5, San Mateo, Franki Morrow, 3, SLO and Henry Podsakoff, 5 Davis.
On a warm Saturday in December 2014, kids at the Children's Museum in San Luis Obispo got the opportunity to play with artificial "snow" Saturday during a demonstration by museum staff person, Enzo Capone. The substance, called Insta-Snow, turns into a white, fluffy snow-like substance, complete with a wet, cold feeling, when water is added. From left, Emily Landine, 9 Arroyo Grande, Christopher Lopez, 5, Chico, Brady Bittle, 5, San Mateo, Franki Morrow, 3, SLO and Henry Podsakoff, 5 Davis.

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