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  • Mark Your Calenders: Cain Park Festival Opens Friday!

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    Mark your calenders for the Cain Park Festival this Friday. One of the most popular events in Cleveland Heights, the Festival hosts some truly talented artists. The festival kicks off today, with a free admission, and then a $5 admission Saturday. Going from 3pm to 8pm, this is sure to be a great festival. Here is some more information from The Cleveland Heights Patch:

    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 more than 150 from California, Illinois, New Mexico, Vermont and Georgia, to name a few.

    The competition is tough — 300 or 400 artists applied this year, said Susanna Niermann O’Neil, community services director for the city. And in years past, 700 or so have eyed a booth on a Cain Park path. Applications go up Jan. 1, and each artist must submit five digital pieces.

    And 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 fourth time this year.

    “I feel really honored to be in a show in my hometown, and I think that the Cleveland Heights area and the Heights area in general is an area where there are people who really appreciate art,” Stokes said. “I’ve done other local festivals, but when you do Cain Park, you get customers who really understand the work.”

    Read more at the Cleveland Heights Patch

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