Tuesday, September 22, 2009

What a great place to live

The Arts in the Park celebration was a success in many ways. My favorite part was the variety and the response. We had crowds for classical violins, for Shakespeare, for jazz, as well as the more typically available music forms of blue grass, gospel and praise. Three cheers for variety.

We also had a wonderful response to the children's art activities. Beth Skinner brought supplies for 500 kids to make sculptures and ran out of supplies by mid-afternoon.

If you didn't get a chance to join the Friends of the Park, you can still do so at the information table at the market. It's $5 for a year, and you get $5 off at your next meal at Chatters.