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2014
Lincoln Art & Balloon Festival

Scully Park Arts and Crafts and Flea Market full of surprises
 

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[August 26, 2014]  Scully Park was once again a popular destination of local bargain junkies and visitors looking for unique or inexpensive indoor and outdoor decor and personal items. The Oasis takes charge of coordinating the Arts and Crafts and Flea Market that fills the park to capacity.

Food and entertainment were also features attracting crowds to the beautiful downtown park that features the cooling vision of a water fountain at its center.

The park filled quite early each day with people out looking for great bargains and fun stuff. Negotiating the crowds, you never knew what or who you might see next. This year children, particularly young girls, were quite surprised to find a princess in the park.

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Tara Shane, owner and operator of A Royal Remembrance, won an award at the Illinois State Fair for her work. Shane offers her services to parties and events catered to young children. With each of her costumes being handmade, Shane dresses for events in the style of Disney Princesses.

Shane also sells custom costumes in a variety of sizes. More information can be found on her website, aroyalremembrance.blogspot.com.

[By DEREK HURLEY, with contributions by JAN YOUNGQUIST]

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