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Nescatunga festival-goers pack into the Merchant Building as thunder rumbled outside


Trey Lunn

A recognizable favorite at the Nescatunga Arts Festival each year, Yusuf Etudaiye displays his fine art pottery to the festival-goers, who crowded into the Merchant Building at the Woods County Fairground because of the forecast rain – which began just as the festival was due to open Saturday morning.

Trey Lunn

Fine arts, crafts, homemade foods, and entertainment packed the Merchant Building with area arts fans Saturday morning. TOP LEFT: Warren Little displays his many portraits of local folks. TOP RIGHT: Kim Jones of Tumbleweed Flowers & Design shows her wide arrau of arts and crafts. CENTER: James Kyzer presents "Pop Art."BOTTOM LEFT: Karlea Irvin (Inrvin Custom Wood Design) beautiful wood art drew "oohs" and "ahhs" from the crowds passing through. BOTTOM RIGHT: Author Dan Baxter's book, "Piano Man," set in Alva during World War II, raised interested comments throughout the day.


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