Butterfly release

Integrative Touch for Kids, a nonprofit devoted to helping children with special medical needs, held a butterfly-release event Sunday, March 3, at La Encantada.

Adding oomph

Adding oomph

Moses Thompson, 5, plays the drums during the Integrative Touch for Kids' butterfly-release event held at La Encantada on Sunday, March 3, 2013.

Art project

Art project

Little Hanna Bustamante puts paste and paper butterflies to good use at the Integrative Touch for Kids' butterfly-release event at La Encantada on Sunday, March 3, 2013.

Colorful fun

Colorful fun

Cece Ndoye, 7, had her face painted at the Integrative Touch for Kids' butterfly-release event at La Encantada on Sunday March 3, 2013.

Let it soar

Let it soar

For some, the butterfly symbolizes transformation and renewal. This one was released during the Integrative Touch for Kids' butterfly-release event held Sunday, March 3, at La Encantada.

Limbo lower now

Limbo lower now

Boys and girls line up to be a limbo star at the Integrative Touch for Kids' butterfly-release event, which also included face painting and crafts.

Music for all

Music for all

Sticks & Fingers recording artist Richard Noel kept things — and kids— shaking during the Integrative Touch for Kids' butterfly-release event, held Sunday in the La Encantada courtyard.

Natural attraction

Natural attraction

A butterfly seems charmed to rest on the hand of a girl attending the Integrative Touch for Kids' butterfly-release event held at La Encantada on Sunday, March 3.

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