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More scenes from the Nescatunga Festival


Yvonne Miller

With ties to Alva, longtime educator and musician Ronnie Wheeler and his band return to perform at the Nescatunga Arts Festival. The crowd cheers for his signature sound of Americana with county, folk, rock and blues.

For more scenes of the Nescatunga Arts Festival, click on the Photos tab at the top of the homepage.

Yvonne Miller

Top: Artist and 36-year art educator at Mooreland, Robert Beatley shows his work to Sara Fessing and Teagan Cook. Middle left: Alva artist Warren Little draws a caricature of Cherokee youth Christina Salinas as he did for many. Bottom left: Trayce Lohmann of Kiowa has fun shopping and buying jewelry for her granddaughters Lexie (left) and Grace Lohmann at the Nescatunga Arts Festival in Alva. Right: This colorful clown brings lots of smiles to the crowd at the 50th Nescatunga Arts Festival in Alva – especially when he hands out free ice cream, courtesy of Holder Drug. Could the clown be Paul Corr?


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