Impressively, the Girls Inc.Arts & Crafts Show has been going strong for 38 years. On Aug. 7 and 8, the Plaza was covered in a maze of tents and vendors, as the works of over 250 national and local artists were put on display. The slew of activities included auctions, food, face painting, henna, birds-of-prey demonstrations and music (not sure how to feel about the panpipe Beatles covers though; just putting that out there). SFR was on site with a camera, but we're going through a poor phase so, while you can enjoy the following slide show, don't expect us to give you any jewelry.
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