Tuesday, July 11, 2023

Inlet: 47th Annual “Arts in the Park” set for July 15 & 16

Arts in the Park guests at a previous event.

The Town of Inlet is proud to celebrate their 47th Annual “Arts in the Park” on July 15 & 16. Nearly 60 artists and craftsmen, including some new vendors, will be at Arrowhead Park selling their wares.  They will offer pottery, quilts, handmade/hand-embroidered apparel, soaps, floral designs, jewelry, wall hangings, wooden items, furniture, photography, lawn ornaments, wine, beer, and more. Vendors come from all over New York State, and many of the vendors will be demonstrating at their booths.


Tacocat Food Co. will be set up in the picnic area.  Fritz Henry will perform on Saturday from noon to 3 p.m.  Fritz is a quality family entertainer with a welcoming personality and a broad-based appeal that all types of audiences from ages one to one hundred have enjoyed for many years.  He is a singer and songwriter who plays guitar, featuring a wide-ranging repertoire of Pop, Folk, Rock and Country Rock.

The Clef Dwellers band

The Clef Dwellers band of Barneveld. Photo provided by Inlet Tourism Director, Adele Burnett.

On Sunday, listen to the music of The Clef Dwellers out of Barneveld from noon to 3 p.m. who will be celebrating their founder Don Cantwell’s 99th birthday! They are a Jazz Band, comprised of musicians whose library consists of over 400 arrangements. Their basic instrumentation is trumpet, clarinet/sax, trombone, piano (keyboard), banjo/guitar, bass and drums. They play traditional swing music from the Mardi Gras to the contemporary style.

 

For more information about this event, including a list of vendors, go to www.inletartsinthepark.com or contact the Inlet Information Office at (315) 357-5501 or info@inletny.com.

 

Photo at top: Arts in the Park guests at a previous event. Photo provided by Inlet Tourism Director, Adele Burnett.

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