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Art in the Park – JUST A WEEK AWAY!


Definitely plan on visiting ART in the PARK this year! It is bigger and better than ever. There are more crafts and artisan booths than in any past year. Get there early to get the best selection of woodworking, carvings, pottery, knitted and embroidered items, yard art, metal arts, just to mention a few. There are also booths with canned vegetables, jams and jellies, fresh homemade breads, candies.The art competition is moving into the new Activities Center where there is plenty of light and protection from the morning dew! Even the concession stand has a new operator this year. Live jazz will fill the air all day.

There will be an inflatable playground for the kids. Also a “Creative House” will be constructed where they can use different mediums to adorn the walls inside and out. Of course, there is the regular playground, too, where they can play while you stroll through the booths and are still able to keep a watchful eye on them. One potter provides pottery that can be decorated and fired on-site! “The Pickle Lady” will be back for those who searched diligently for her after last year’s event!

The October 6th event starts at 10 a.m. and runs until 5 p.m. Of course there is no charge for any of the events. There is no admission or parking charges. Just come out and enjoy the art, music, friends, weather, etc. This is always a nice event for all ages. Bring or tell your friends about it. Sponsored by the Town of Kingston Springs. Located in L.L. Burns Park at 501 Park Street.

At 10:00 a.m. there will be a “ribbon cutting” for the official opening of the Activities Center.

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