What: Art in the Park 2010 at Mt. Shasta City Park
When: Aug 21, noon to 5 p.m.
Where: Mount Shasta City Park
Vendors will have arts and crafts for sale, face painters will decorate, musicians and belly dancers will perform and poets will recite at the 2nd Annual Siskiyou Arts Council Art in the Park event.
Our entertainment schedule:
* 12 noon: Panther Creek Bluegrass Band
* 1:30 pm: Daughters of the Moon bellydancers
* 2:00 pm: Heidi Goebel and Ahnee, poetry
* 2:15 pm: Chick Music
* 2:45 pm: Mountain Gypsies bellydancers
* 3:00 pm: Chick Music will resume
* 4:00 pm: Wild Blues Yonder
Food and drink available at Art in the Park 2010:
* barbecued hamburgers
* veggie burgers
* hot dogs
* “not” dogs
* corn on the cob
* peanut butter & jelly
Artists selling and displaying their work will include:
LaWanda Wilson of Western Captures photography
Lindsay Budner, from Elemental photography
Jeff Burger, photographer from Hornbrook
Wisper Krimmer, painter and jade artist
Rebekka Bruhn and Natalie Ortiz from VillageXchange with T-Bags (fabric art)
Shasta Lily Quilt Guild
Remi Vista selling the children’s homemade salsa with homegrown ingredients
Hedy Moberley, altered/artistic clothing
Michael Sanchez and Paul Kreizenbeck, mixed media art
Victoria Randolph, plein-air painting, and Amelia Boyle, henna
Karrie Ann Snure from Living Shasta Photography
The Siskiyou Arts Bus will be at Art in the Park, despite the damage done by vandals. Art activities will be available for children, and grown-ups can come learn about the “Adopt-a-Window” program and other fund raising opportunities to help repair the bus and fund the afterschool art programs.
More information here.
-from press release
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