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Cumberland Arts Goes to Market

Cumberland Arts is partnering with the town of Cumberland Farmers’ Market to host the ninth annual arts, crafts, and music festival, A Celebration of Art and Community, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on August 19 at Cumberland Town Hall. Join local artisans and exhibitors on Saturn Street to explore unique art and craft items, fresh produce choices and several food options.

There’ll also be a silent auction, children’s activities and a variety of entertainment acts including The Irish Airs and Silly Safaris.

Cumberland Arts promotes the appreciation of and participation in the arts within the Cumberland community through a broad range of performance and visual media. This annual arts and crafts festival is a family-friendly event offering a fun, festive opportunity to support and engage with the local arts community this summer.

Admission and parking: Free. Location: 11501 E. Washington St., Cumberland. For more information, visit CumberlandArts.org.

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