Celebrate Creativity at the Annual Autumn Arts and Crafts Festival

Celebrate Creativity at the Annual Autumn Arts and Crafts Festival

Rain or shine, Claude Moore Park will be open for the Annual Autumn Arts & Crafts Festival. Different arrays of arts and craft booths await those who want to see creative items and even try creating their own. It will be a day filled with artistry and fun.

The historic area of Claude Moore Park sets the lovely backdrop for the festivity. Located East of Cascades Parkway in Sterling, Virginia, Claude Moore Park will be filled with artists, local vendors and art lovers for the autumn art festival. Various activities are in line for public entertainment as well as for the celebration of the wonderful gift of art.

Kids who love to get their hands dirty with paints, glues and art materials will definitely enjoy activities such as painting pumpkins and making their own scarecrow. After the creative DIY activity, they can go on a spooky scavenger hunt.

Those who love to bargain shopping can scout through the various unique art shops.  All of the arts and crafts available for sale are handmade by local vendors. There are also numerous food items for sale, giving anyone who wishes the blissful opportunity to take a picnic under the trees around Claude Moore Park.

For musical entertainment, singer/guitarists Gary Smallwood will have a live performance on stage as well as the multicultural performance group World View of Park View High School.

Other activities include a dig demonstration by the Loudoun Archaeological Foundation and fiber arts activities by the Foothills Spinners and Weavers and Knit 2 Prayer 2 Ministry.

The Annual Autumn Arts and Crafts Festival will be held on September 28, 2013, Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm. Admission is free.

Dorri Scott
Publisher,
Loudoun Woman Magazine

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