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Stephens Lake Park hosts 'Art in the Park' this weekend

Friday, June 4, 2010 | 6:38 p.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — Artists from all over the United States are traveling to Stephens Lake Park this weekend to sell their artwork at Art in the Park.

This year marks the 52nd year of mid-Missouri's oldest and largest art festival.

Columbia Art League is hosting the event, which will run 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m on Sunday.

Artwork available for purchase includes jewelry, drawings, paintings, woodwork, ceramics, fibers, glass, photography, sculpture and mixed media.

In addition to artist tents on display, numerous performers and entertainers will be present at the event. Performance acts are scheduled as follows:

Saturday

  • 10:00 a.m. — Jeff Copeland-Illusionist
  • 11:00 a.m. — Farmer Jason-Children's Entertainment
  • Noon — DJ Ranx & Dubtronix Reggae
  • 1:00 — DJ Ranx & Dubtronix Reggae
  • 2:00 — Losander-Master of the Art of Levitation
  • 3:00 — Jason Ringenberg, Alt Country,Cow-punk
  • 4:00 — Ironweed Bluegrass Band  

Sunday

  • 10:00— Tryps Jazz Cabaret
  • 11:00 — Jeff Copeland-Illusionist
  • Noon — Farmer Jason, Children's Entertainment
  • 1:00 — Losander-Master of the Art of Levitation
  • 2:00 — Jason Ringenberg, Alt Country, Cow-punk
  • 3:00 — Chump Change-Blues

 

 


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