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Blue Ridge GA - BRMAA - 44th Annual Spring Arts in the Park

Arts in the Park in Blue Ridge Georgia

45th Annual Spring Arts in the Park

Enjoy the 45th Annual Spring Arts in the Park fine artsand fine crafts festival held in the beautiful Downtown City Park of Blue Ridge, Georgia during Memorial Day weekend. Admire artwork and enjoy tasty food from over 175 juried fine arts and fine crafts exhibitors and food booths.

Weekend Admission:adults $5; children under 12 free. All proceeds go to benefit the Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association, a 501c3 non-profit community arts association.

All proceeds go to benefit the Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association, a 501(c)3 non-profit arts association

For more information and entry deadlines please contact the Art Center. www.blueridgearts.net

Weekend admission is $5 for adults; Children are admitted free.

May 30, 2021

Cost: See above for fees


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The Art Center - Blue Ridge Mtn Arts Association
420 West Main Street
Blue Ridge , GA 30513
USA

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Phone:706.632.2144
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