The art fair brought artistry, entertainment and fun to Latham Park

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Pictures by Nila Smith


By 11 a.m. Saturday, the art-in-the-park portion of this year's festival featured shoulder-to-shoulder shoppers everywhere one looked!



With so much to see, some shoppers seemed to be a little overwhelmed in trying to figure out which way to go next.



The chamber's hospitality booth was also busy as folks stopped by to purchase souvenirs of the weekend event.


Leland Hahn of Lincoln displays his beautiful masterpieces, including his depiction of a car- show-quality hot rod sitting in front of Brandt's Arcade on the square.


This vendor sold lovely handmade jewelry.  Here she completes a sale and visits with her customers.

The children's art tent, put on by Christian Child Care of Lincoln, was also new to the fair this year and was a very popular event.



This little tot, donned in protective plastic, is making himself a tie-dye T-shirt at the children's art tent.



Coleen Moore, director of Christian Child Care, teaches this young man to make cocoa play- dough. Moore says the product is not edible but smells terrific.


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