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Stowe celebrates the arts

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  October 7, 2009 12:32 PM

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StoweArts_VTblog.jpgThe 27th annual Stowe Foliage Arts Festival is widely known as a festive marketplace. In addition to the over 200 juried fine art and craft exhibitors showcasing pottery, blown glass, fine furniture, clothing, weavings, leather, original art, and photography, the ambience is fueled by food, live entertainment, and an array of kids’ activities. The Vermont cheese, beer ,and sausage tent makes this a unique affair. The event runs all weekend long -- Oct. 9-11. For more information, visit online.

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  1. This is a world-class craft event, not to be missed. Juried crafters guarantee that the quality of crafts is exceptional. We're talking art here.

    Posted by Jo Sabel Courtney October 9, 09 09:33 AM
 
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