The 14th Annual Festival Guide
Rain or shine, everyone enjoyed a day of community, arts, handmade one-of-kind crafts, a variety of music, see history come alive, have the opportunity to take a selfie with a scarecrow of your choice, and much more at the 14th annual event: 10am and 4pm.
Watch and remember what the day of the 2018 Festival was all about- thank you to LakeCAM for the video: https://vimeo.com/295838786
Jack Be Little pumpkin decorating, facepainting, Trevor "The Games Man" on stilts, and another year that you have to participate in street chalk drawing thanks to art students from Apponequet High School.
You will see all the tents, and lots of fun happen'in at the junctions of Routes 105 & 18 and Precinct Street in Lakeville. Google 2 Precinct Street for easy directions.
The Moldy Suitcase perform a tribute to the underground musical style of the 1920’s-listen above. They are family fun! Kim Moberg and the Jetpack Superheros will performed. Bela Sarkozy played his jazzy instrumental guitar while everyone bid at the Silent Auction and some asked questions of the demonstrators.
There was an authentic Civil War encampment with history buff, Mark Mello, a Town Crier announced the activities all day, Caricatures were done by Mark Penta. There was a children's art exhibit inside the library and an opportunity to learn to do your own screen print with The Art Experience of Avon.