Moore Haven’s Art in the Park draws droves

Glades County Democrat/ChrisFelker — Five-year-old Emma Blevins sports a new Shopkin necklace that her mom Mistie (right) bought for her while the pair from Palatka browsed all the booths during the Art in the Park Festival on Saturday, Jan. 27. Anna Flemming (left) of Moore Haven makes the jewelry pieces, which are part of the Nalayna Jae collection, and husband Norman helps with sales. “It’s our first time, and we’re happy to be here,” he said. Turnout was impressive at the art show, a benefit for the Glades County Library, despite the overcast skies.

Glades County Democrat/Chris Felker — Art in the Park featured many food booths; a live band; painters, other artisans and craftspeople selling their wares; a used-book sale; a display of antique vehicles; and a booth soliciting donations for the Moore Haven Elementary School Safety Patrol’s annual trip to Washington, D.C.

Special to the Glades County Democrat — The Chalo Nitka Queen joined one of Moore Haven’s finest artists, Sandy Lundy, at the art show on Saturday, Jan. 27.

Special to the Glades County Democrat — Gracie Goodwin, Miss Glades County, and Chalo Nitka Queen Lacy Green enjoyed the Car Show at Art in the Park.

Special to the Glades County Democrat — Gracie Goodwin, Miss Glades County, Hatton Chapman, and Lacy Green, Chalo Nitka Queen, enjoyed the otters from Billie Swamp Saffari.

 

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