October 13, 2013
Hundreds of people came out to the 33rd-annual Crozet Arts & Crafts Festival in Albemarle County this weekend.
Nearly 106 artists and vendors displayed their work in tents all around the Claudius Park.
Food vendors also set up shop, giving out a few tastes of their local food.
The director of the festival is happy that the community can come together and enjoy all that the artists have to offer.
"There are a lot of neighbors and volunteers from the community coming together to supply this great venue," says Leslie Burns, director of the festival. "It's got a lot of history and it continues to grow and develop as our community grows."
Some of Sunday's events included a show by traditional clogging dancers, a red-headed child contest and a performance from the Blue Ridge Irish Music School.
For more on the festival, check out the link below
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