Children and adults learn the art of hula hooping at the Murrieta Town Square Amphitheater

The Murrieta Town Square Amphitheater stage is filled with children and adults learning the skill of hula hooping following a hula hoop performance by Miss Pinto at the Murrieta Public Library, June 30. Valley News/Tony Ault photo
It was hard to tell who was having more fun on the Menifee Town Square Amphitheater stage, Miss Pinto or the more than 30 children of all ages on June 30 learning how to hula hoop.The children ranging in age from 2 to 16 and their parents joined in with internationally known hula hoop performer, “Miss Pinto,” otherwise known as Katie Pinto LeBrun to spin, sway and twirl the colorful hula hoops, a round plastic exercise tool.The exhibition and learning experience was a part of the ongoing Murrieta Public Library children and adult programs held throughout the year at 8 Town Square Park in Murrieta.The children, sitting on the stage many with their own hula hoops, and their attentive parents watched as Miss Pinto explained how to properly twirl the hula hoop, sometimes doing
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