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Art in the Park

Date/Time

Aug 9, 2014
10:00 AM until 04:00 PM

Description

Whether you are a lover of contemporary or vintage work, Art in the Park is the place to be. Original work by regional juried artists and fine craftsmen as well as Historic White Mountain and  vintage art will be for sale in a spacious tent in Schouler Park in North Conway Village. Paintings, photography, pastels, assemblages, mobiles, sculpture and much more will be offered at this art-filled event.

Teaming up with the Mount Washington Valley Arts Associatio this year will be the White Mountain Board of REALTORS and Affiliates, celebrating their 50 years of community support and involvement by hosting a tent honoring area non-profit organizations.  Children's activities, refreshments and music wll complete the day. An event not to be missed.

Cost

Free

Location

View map Schouler Park
White Mt. Highway
Rt. 16
North Conway, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Mt. Washington Valley Arts Association and the White Mountain Board of Realtors

Phone

(603) 356-2787

Contact name

Debbie

Contact email

info@mwvarts.org

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