Delray Is Out, Cedar Key Is In

Back in September, we announcedblog that we were accepted into the Delray Affair the first weekend of next April. The promoters had moved the festival dates earlier to avoid Easter. Because of circumstances beyond their control, the promoters of Cedar Key then moved the Old Florida Celebration of the Arts later to the same weekend. These are both great festivals, but because we received an award from Cedar Keyannounced, we were automatically invited to return – an offer we could not refuse.

So on Saturday, April 4, 2020, from 10 am to 5 pm and Sunday from 10 to 4 pm, we will be in Cedar Key. They are expecting 18,000 visitors. The festival will again be along historic 2nd Street.  This is our third time at this event.


Besides the 120 artists, there will also be artist demonstrations, children’s activities, and seafood & homemade goodies. For more information as it becomes available, check out their website (www.cedarkeyartsfestival.com).

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As I mentioned in an earlier postblog, “we talk constantly to visitors about Nancy’s work, as well as photography in general and wildlife, and other related topics – her forty years as a teacher are clearly evident. And yet we were not prepared for a demonstration and did not volunteer. The truth is I have no idea how to demonstrate what we do. If you have any ideas about this, like what you would like to see demonstrated, I’d like to hear them.“.

That offer still stands.

 

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For their picture of Nancy, go to Past Festivals (on their vertical menu) ⇒ 2019, or for the larger version, go to their Photo & Video Gallery.  It will be the ninth photo in the slideshow (or sixth little circle from the right).

We Will Be Back In Delray In April

For the second timeprior, we have been accepted into the Delray Affair. It will next be held on April 3rd through 5th, 2020. On Friday and Saturday, it will run from 10 am to 6 pm and will be from 10 to 5 on Sunday. It will again be along Atlantic Avenue downtown from around Swinton Avenue east to the Intercoastal Waterway. Besides having up to 600 artists, there will also be live music and other items on display. For more information (as it becomes available) go to their website, delrayaffair.com.


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