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Three fests for the artsy in Maine

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  August 24, 2010 05:16 PM

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Visitors to Maine this week could blaze a little arts trail of their own by visiting three different towns for various festivals. Check 'em out!

1. The Ogunquit Sidewalk Art Show and Sale, Thursday, Aug. 26, Ogunquit, Maine
More than 70 artists show their work, including local and regional talents. You will find pottery, paintings, photography, etchings and more in this quaint village.

2. Village Green Craft Show, Saturday, Aug. 28, Kennebunkport, Maine
The Society of Southern Maine's Craftsmen maintains its reputation for traditional arts and well crafted original designs since it started promoting its artists in 1968. Show runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is free.

3. Maine Crafts Guild Fine Crafts Show, Aug. 27-29, Bar Harbor, Maine
Many of Maine's finest professional craftspeople gather for the weekend and show their wood, metals, clay, natural fibers, glass works and
so much more. Everything at this show is handmade in Maine. Admission cost is $5.

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