September 18 and 19, 2010
The Tradition Continues…
This event helped establish and cement Roswell’s reputation as an arts community and it just keeps giving back to the community in so many ways.
The Event itself features fine arts and high quality original craft created by artists and artisans from throughout the Southeastern U.S. Musical Entertainment, Dance and an array of entertainment highlight the days.
A fun outing for the entire family …. But this festival is so much more. Sponsored by the Roswell Recreation Association, proceeds from the event benefit the recreational needs of the community. The Roswell Arts Festival has made financial contributions toward many of the parks and activities that Roswell has to offer its citizens today. Funds have been donated for the purchase of park land, buildings and furnishings of buildings, equipment, plans, matching funds to obtain grants or make purchases, and probably the most noticeable donation was the Sprayground that opened in 2009 at Riverside Park. The Sprayground was definitely a splashing success. But, it became apparent that shade would make the experience even more fun. So, the Roswell Recreation Association jumped right in (ok, make that waded right in) and provided the funds to erect shade, making the sprayground an even more enjoyable experience.
The terrific all volunteer Roswell Recreation Association makes it possible for all the funds raised from the Roswell Arts Festival to go for use in the Roswell Recreation and Parks Department. They invite you to come to Town Square on September 18 & 19, enjoy some incredible artwork, the ambiance of the Town Square and experience a wonderful community event.
A free shuttle will run from City Hall to the Historic Town Square each day of the event from 10 A.M. – 6 P.M.
An array of festive foods will be available from a variety of vendors tempting you with so many delicious treats!
A variety of entertainment highlights the two days. Just some of the groups you will be able to enjoy:
Saturday, September 18:
Tolbert/Yilmaz Dance Studio
Peggy Still School of Music
Victor Johnson (easy listening singer & songwriter)
Harm’s Way (folk musicians)
Paris Luna (legendary Southeast Pop Music Group)
10 Miles of Blue (Indie Pop recording artist)
Sunday, September 19
Atlanta Dance Central
Roswell City Dance
Peggy Still School of Music
Larry Chapman (Americana Music)
Joy parkman (easy listening singer/songwriter
Highway 92 (Roswell’s Southern Rock Band)
44th Annual Roswell Arts Festival - Judge
Ms. Edwards’ representational oils bring light, color and emotion to painting. She is a 3rd generation artist whose award-winning work first drew attention in France. Her introductory exhibition in Paris, sold out. That success was followed shortly by exhibits at the historic Salon d’Autumne at the Grand Palais in Paris; the Grand Prix International de Peinture de Deauville; and the Grand Prix International de la Cote d’Azur. She has exhibited at Galerie Jean Lammelin (Paris), Atelier Melusine (Switzerland), and her work has been published in a German Calendar.
@softnblue (music & dance)
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