The 18th annual Arts on the River event was very successful on Oct. 19 despite overcast weather. Several people showed up to see what the artists had to offer.
Organizers say it's a great way to keep residents from having to travel to see great art, when it can be found right in our own backyard.
Visitors and artists were also able to enjoy music and other entertainment that day.
For more information about Arts on the River visit their website here.
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