Loganberry Festival seeks artists for annual event

Whidbey Island artists are invited to gain exposure this summer at the Greenbank Farm Loganberry Festival on Saturday and Sunday, July 26 and 27.

  • Thursday, June 26, 2008 12:17am
  • Life

Whidbey Island artists are invited to gain exposure this summer at the Greenbank Farm Loganberry Festival on Saturday and Sunday, July 26 and 27.

The festival is looking for artists as vendors or demonstrators.

The festival is an annual event with music, wine tasting, food, an arts and crafts sale, children’s activities, hay rides and pie-eating contests.

This year, Greenbank Farm is also hosting an Artists in Action program so artists can demonstrate how they work and also create contacts.

For information about the Artist in Action program or for a vendor agreement, call Cheryl Sagmeister at 360-678-7171 or 222-3151 or e-mail director@greenbankfarm.com or call Prescott at 360-678-4168 or e-mail prscot@whidbey.net.

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