The Adams County Convention and Visitors Bureau is hosting this year’s Art in the Park event 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday in Libs Park, 14th Street and Baltimore Avenue.
There will be more than 50 artisans showcasing their talents featuring a wide variety of one-of-a-kind exhibits and fine arts. The featured arts include: Yard decor, metal sculptures, photography, variety of painting styles, stained glass, crochet items, wood carvings, door art, ceramics, pottery, macramé items, jewelry, soaps, home decor, wood items, blown glass, hand crafted items, handmade glass marbles, pine needle baskets, and more.
The event is free, open to the public, and family and animal friendly.
The Hastings Community Arts Council will have a section of the sidewalk blocked off where children can show their creativity and draw with sidewalk chalk.
The Adams Central National Art Honor Society students will provide face painting.
There will also be food trucks available at the park all day during the event. The vendors include: Serrano’s Mexican Grill, Ol’ Country Kettle Corn, Pig in a Bag, and Tropical Sno.
Several musicians and entertainers will perform throughout the day during the event.
Art in the Park is an opportunity for local residents to shop, support, and purchase the work of fellow community members.
Visitors to Art in the Park can bring a lawn chair or blanket, enjoy the shade, and spend the day at the event. Visitors can shop, dine on food truck specialties, listen to live music and let kids play.