The middle weekend of June livens up Tabernacle Square with a juried art festival that includes live music, great food and a children's art yard. Artistic mediums include: oil and watercolor paintings, photography, sculpture, fiber art, jewelry, pottery and more. More than a hundred artists bring their works to the grounds of the Logan Tabernacle. There are concerts every evening in this over 30-year tradition.

The third week of June carves out four days of art celebration downtown on Library Square. Visual, performing and culinary artists have astounded 80,000 visitors annually since 1977; this includes live music, dancing and kids' activities. Over 250 artists share their creations in a three-block stretch of town. Think about what "culinary" art entails, and then plan your visit.

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The Bard and other dramatists provide plays that are staged in the Elizabethan-styled Adams Shakespearean Theatre and the modern Randall Jones Theatre from June to October. Backstage tours and literary debates ensue, and plays are performed by local and visiting professional theater groups. A few contemporary plays are performed during the festival as well in this thespian haven.

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