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Bexley Festival of the Arts, Saturday, December 7 2013

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    Anne Evans
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    The eleventh annual Bexley Festival of the Arts will be held Saturday, December 7th from 10:00am – 4:00pm at Montrose Elementary School, 2555 East Main Street in Bexley. The Festival is a family event showcasing more than 30 artists and crafters working in a range of media, who will show and sell their work, such as jewelry, stained glass, photography, digital artwork, handmade purses, fine art, baby items, holiday decorations, popular sized doll clothes, fresh floral arrangements, pottery and woodworking. Gifts & goodies of all types will be in abundance for holiday shoppers. In addition, the Festival will feature live performances in dance, music, martial arts, and other arts as well as demonstrations and fun activities for children.

    This year’s performers include:

    Christine Avers & her piano students

    Bexley Middle School 7th and 8th grade choirs

    Team Karate Center Hyper Team

    Suzuki School of Music

    BalletMet School of Dance

    Bexley High School Holiday Ensemble

    Again this year, the Bexley Festival of the Arts will also host the Kids Gift Galley. In this area kid crafters sell their wares for $7 or less. Jewlery, bath products, aroma, Buckeye goods, snowmen, ornaments…You name it, the kids create it. Come see for yourself the talented child artists in the Bexley community!

    Admission to the Festival is free. Food will be available for purchase.

    For more information about the festival please visit http://www.montrosepto.org website for additional information.

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