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staunton augusta art centerThe Staunton Augusta Art Center presents its 50th Art in the Park at Gypsy Hill on Saturday, May 28 from 10am-5pm and on Sunday, May 29 from noon-5pm in the bandstand area of Staunton’s historic, municipal Gypsy Hill Park.

The tree-lined setting provides an intimate venue for admiring the fine art and fine craft by artists selected through a competitive jury process.  Live music plays from the bandstand every hour and children’s art activities are ongoing throughout the festival.

There is no admission fee and everyone is welcome.  Thanks to the generosity of sponsors, there is no charge for children’s interactive art activities.

Follow the link below for a list of participating artists:
gallery.mailchimp.com/2daee11c7bf28669f41cc447a/files/2016_AIP_artists_and_mediums.docx

Music acts at the bandstand include:
Saturday, May 28
10am    St. James Baptist Church
11am    Wheelhouse
Noon    Rhythm Road
1pm     Rosemarie Quintet
2pm     Willow Creek
3pm     Last Minute Band
4pm     Reverend Bill Howard

Sunday May 29
Noon    Stonewall Flutes of the Shenandoah
1pm     Little Lester
2pm     Sarah Lynnae
3pm     Bill Haouff
4pm     Shenandoah Valley Pipe Band

Food vendors include Blue Ridge KettleKorn, Delicious Dishe, Kline’s Ice Cream, Rotary Club of Staunton and Augusta, and Ubon Thai.

Sponsors are Barbara H. Grant, Amanda and Bob Avery, Donald Steger CPA PC, Dr. Brian T. Brumbaugh Pediatric Dentistry, Karen and Tom Shapcott, and Lynne Landsberg and Dennis Ward in memory of Bobbie and Gil Landsberg and Dorothy and Evans Ward.

For more information, please call 540-885-2028, visit www.saartcenter.org, www.facebook/stauntonaugustaartcenter, or e-mail[email protected]

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