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Arts and Crafts

Tuesday, November 06, 2012

What More To Expect At The Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival

At the Great Gulfcoast Arts Festival culinary art is made readily available by the local restaurants, with plenty of traditional treats, local favorites and regional festival fare on the menu.

At Bartram Park you will be able to enjoy over 2,000 works from elementary, middle, and high school students of Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties which are featured in the Student Art Show.

The children are not forgotten either; they can participate in all the creative projects of the Children’s Art Festival which is also at Bartram Park. They can take part in mask, crown, magic wand, and jewelry making, or practice clay, sand, button, and sidewalk art.

There is also face-painting, a flower shop, and a balloon artist. The Children’s Festival is open Friday, but only for selected schools with special needs children. Everyone else can join Saturday and Sunday during the Children’s Festival opening hours which are from 10 till 4.

There is no admission; the entrance, programs, and maps to the festival, as well as all the materials needed for the children to express their creativity, is entirely free of charge. It is recommended leaving your pets at home, because they are not allowed at the festival.

You can pretty much count on agreeable temperatures of around 70 degrees Fahrenheit at this time of year. That is ideal for soaking up as much of the artistic atmosphere as you can and want.

Artists who want to participate in the festival; keep your eyes peeled, because in the next post you will find all you need to know on the how and what!

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