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Loganberry Fest looks for artists

The annual Loganberry Festival is getting a new makeover this year and organizers want local artists and artisans from throughout the area to be a big part of the festivities at Greenbank Farm.

This year’s theme is “Back to the Farm” and the festival will also include a new feature called “Artists in Action.”

Organizers hope to fill the main barn with people demonstrating the creative process of the art or craft that they love best. This year’s event is July 23-24.

There is no fee for the space, and artists may sell work in exchange for a 10 percent donation to the farm.

Coffee, tea, water, soft drinks, pastries and other refreshments will be available to artists free of charge in the festival’s green room through the weekend. There will also be trained booth sitters to provide artists a break when needed.

For a registration form, more information or questions, contact Ed Smith, markets coordinator, at markets@greenbankfarm.com, or volunteer Windwalker Taibi at ravenrocks@whidbey.com.

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