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Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Summertime...And The Livin' is Easy

Summertime should be easy, and with that said The Squeaky Pen will once again take it easy in the balmy months. I'll be squeaking once a week instead of twice -- on Fridays -- so I can work on my golf game, my porch-sitting, and maybe I'll even lock myself away and write some fiction.

In the meantime, enjoy the photos below of the Sherburne Arts & Crafts Family Festival, a damp though successful day. Thanks to everyone who participated, and we're already looking ahead to make next year's event bigger and better.

Mariea L. Brown Exhibit

S-E Student Exhibition

Facepainting, By Artist Riley Webster
Natty Threads

3 comments:

Red Sky said...

It was great to see the revival of the Art Show. A lot of talent on display all day. Great music, great paintings and photos, amazing craft work. Thanks to Squeaky for taking on this labor of love and pulling it all together!

Anonymous said...

That video you have posted is so good I'm going to move it over here into copy/paste territory: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIDOEsQL7lA

some classic comments with it too, such as:

"I filet my fish to this" and

"The sun and moon together"

Kathleen Yasas said...

Thanks Red Sky. I had plenty help!

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