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Cathlamet art festival to be held

 


Tsuga Gallery of Cathlamet has announced its second annual Cathlamet Art Festival, “A River of Art.” Scheduled to take place on August 3 and 4 of this year, it will be in conjunction with the Cathlamet Elochoman Marina Wooden and Classic Boat Show. Vendors wishing to participate can find applications at http://www.tsugagallery.org under the events tab. Vendor spaces are a very reasonable $30 until July 1, then the price is $35. Deadline is July 28, 2018.

The Cathlamet Art Festival will open Friday night, Aug. 3 with a reception at the Tsuga Gallery featuring live music, snacks and beverages. Saturday will feature art vendors, an art walk on Main Street, art classes and more music. A booth will be available offering art projects designed with children in mind.

The Elochoman Marina’s Wooden and Classic Boat show features a beautiful array of classic boats competing for best in their category as well as demonstrations, programs, and boat related activities. The Marina and Main Street are within walking distance so both activities can be enjoyed.

Tsuga Gallery was formed in 2011, by benefactor Janet Cimino in a century old building on Main Street of Cathlamet. Her goal was to bring artists and locals together to make, learn and participate in a community-based art program. Still artistically strong today, Tsuga Gallery’s goals are to continue Cimino’s dream. Further information about the Tsuga Gallery and the Cathlamet Art Festival can be found at http://www.tsugagallery.org.

For further information contact Robert Stowe at 562-858-9142, or stoweclan@gmail.com.

 

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