Art Fair Returns to Washington Park for 10th Year

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SPRINGFIELD – Washington Park will be hosting the 10th Annual Art Spectacular at the Carillon, a juried fine art and craft fair.

This fair will feature original artwork for sale by 47 juried artists in 16 mediums. There will also be a Kids’ Art Sale to age 12. The event will also have raffles, food vendors and a silent auction.

Children will also be able to participate in activities at the Kids’ Place section. This area will offer music programs and therapy sessions, along with face painting.

The Art Spectacular will take place on Saturday, September 12 and Sunday, September 13. Saturday’s hours will be from 10 AM – 5 PM. Sunday’s hours will be from 10 AM – 4 PM. This fair will happen rain or shine.

This fair is free, but entrance to the Kids’ Place is $1.50 per child. No pets are allowed, but service animals are welcome.

Washington Park is located at the intersection of Chatham Road and Fayette Avenue in Springfield.

Additional information about the fair is available by calling 217-787-3532 or by following the link here.

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