Annual arts festival returns to Johnstown for three-day event

CAMBRIA COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — The Bottle Works Art Center located on 3rd Avenue in Johnstown will hold its annual 3rd Avenue Folk and Arts Fest from Friday, July 30 to Sunday, Aug. 1.

This three-day event will be a celebration of all things folk art and more. At this event will be art vendors, demonstrations, dancing, live music, food, BW Kid’s Zone, Italian Street Painting and more.

A full breakdown of the schedule for each day can be found below:

Friday, June 30

  • 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. – Opening reception
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SPICE cultural festival to celebrate Chesterfield’s international community through arts | Richmond Local News

While the county remains predominantly white, it has seen a large population increase among minority groups over the past four decades, according to its demographic report.

Black residents make up roughly 23% of the population, quintupling since 1980. Asians represent more than 3%, increasing nearly 12 times in population since 1980. The Latino population increased more than 20 times over since 1980, while making up about 9% of the county’s overall population.

Local multicultural organizations took part in the planning process and will partake in the festival, Medrano said, with plans for local musicians and cultural dance groups to take

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WATCH NOW: North end residents welcome back arts and music festival | Local News

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Art in the Park hosts first-ever 2-day festival in Appleton | WFRV Local 5

APPLETON, Wis. (WFRV) – Art in the Park’s first-ever two-day arts festival made a huge splash on Saturday at the City Park in Downtown Appleton.

The free multi-art experience is bringing more than 150 vendors from all over the country and shoppers say they are excited to see what they brought. Tourist Elizabeth Read shared, “It’s really interesting to see the work that’s been happening…People have been doing some good work and they’re bringing it out for people to see.”

Event organizers say that

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Ely Blueberry/Art Festival canceled after ‘devastating’ storm damage

Festival organizers said there were no injuries. Many northern Minnesota homes lost power from the storms.

ELY, Minn. — The remainder of a northern Minnesota festival has been canceled after stormy weather tore through the area Friday evening. 

Organizers said Friday that the Ely Blueberry/Art Festival, which would have run through Sunday, was canceled. Photos of Whiteside Park, where the festival was held, showed severe damage to booths, tents and trees. 

Minnesota Power said late Saturday morning that crews were still working to restore power to about 2,000 homes in the areas affected by the storms. The NBC affiliate in

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Fashion hits and misses from the 2021 Cannes Film Festival

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