What's up this week? Anaconda's Art in Washoe Park July 19-21

2013-07-15T11:00:00Z 2013-07-15T13:20:54Z What's up this week? Anaconda's Art in Washoe Park July 19-21 Montana Standard
July 15, 2013 11:00 am

Everyone is invited to bring a lawn chair and attend Art in Washoe Park July 19-21 in Anaconda’s Washoe Park. The annual festival is sponsored by Copper Village Museum and Arts Center.

Some 80 juried booths will offer fine art, photographs, sculpture, stained glass, wood decorations and furniture, clothing, jewelry, candles, wreaths, antler art. No commercial items are allowed.

Food booths include Lebanese, barbecue pork, burgers, hotdogs, chili dogs, sausage and kraut, Chinese, desserts, pizza, scones, corn dogs, meatball sandwiches, pasties, pretzels, shaved ice, donuts, cotton candy, huckleberry products, chicken cilantro rolls, Cajun dishes, turkey legs, steak sandwiches, and Italian sausages.

Following is the music schedule:

Friday, July 19: Chad Okrusch performs from 3 to 5:30 p.m. and John Andrews Band performs from 6 to 10 p.m. The Copper Village barbecue beef (cooked all day) will be served with corn on the cob, baked beans, potato salad, watermelon, and rolls.

Saturday, July 20: The music entertainment is Ken Rich from noon to

3 p.m.; FOG performs

3:30 to 6 p.m.; and Bad Neighbor is 6:30 to

9:30 p.m.

Sunday, July 21: The music is Dan Battleson

11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the Dave Hanson Band from 1 to 4 p.m.

Weekend passes, $15 adult and $10 senior are available at the Arts Center, 401 E. Commercial Ave., Anaconda, or all day Friday at the park. Regular admission is $5 per day for ages 7 and older. Children up to age 6 are free. Call 563-2422 for details.

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