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  • Cain Park Festival Starts Today!

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    Be sure to make an appearance at the Cain park Festival this weekend. The festival hosts a lot of great artists in the Cleveland area. Here is some more information about this great annual Cleveland event.

    One of the most popular events of the year for Cleveland Heights is this weekend.

    For more than 30 years, the Cain Park Arts Festival has showcased work from artists from around the country. This year, the festival will feature 150 from New York, Missouri, Vermont and Georgia, to name a few. Artists specialize in everything from painting and pottery to blown glass and textiles.

    A few artists hail from the Heights.

    Like Grace Stokes, who won a ribbon her first year at the festival and will sell her jewelry for the fifth time this year.

    Each summer, 30 artists are awarded ribbons, and that group is invited back the following year. They must reapply, but they have a guaranteed in and won’t get turned down by judges. The show is juried by a group of anonymous artists, Arts Festival Director George Kozmon and Arts Festival Coordinator Honey Feinber.

    Read more at Cleveland Heights Patch

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