Fine Arts Festival Debuts Downtown

Early rain kept crowds low, when the 48th annual Westport Fine Arts Festival opened this morning downtown.

But the showers stopped, the temperature rose, and traffic is picking up at the Westport Downtown Association event.

The show runs today (Saturday) until 5 p.m., and tomorrow 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Artists on displya includes painting, photography, sculpture, fiber, printmaking, mixed media, glass, ceramics, jewelry, wood, graphics and print making.

There’s music, food, and plenty of activities for children. Plus: It’s nowhere near as hot as the usual mid-July oven!

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Eric Heitmann of Hopewell Junction, New York was ready this morning, on the Post Road near Main Street. When the rain let up, he displayed more of his nature-oriented work. (Photo/John Karrel)

2 responses to “Fine Arts Festival Debuts Downtown

  1. Temperature rose? Excellent spin there Dan.

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