As much as it’s tough to think that there won’t be an Elmwood Avenue Festival of the Arts in 2021, there is a consolation that is being offered up by the festival committee. Instead of drawing thousands of people together over the course of two days, the committee has pivoted (due to the pandemic), and will now host a free-to-attend Community Appreciation Day in Asbury Hall at Babeville on Saturday, August 7. On that day, attendees will have a chance to (click on the links below for further info):
- Shop – There will be artwork for sale, featuring works from some of the Festival’s most beloved artists.
- See – Three Local bands, that are sure to get people dancing, along with four Dance Companies that will grace the stage.
- Eat – Food Trucks will be on site the whole day.
The event will feature artists and their works, performances, and plenty of things to eat and drink, including smoothies, barbecue, Bocce pizza, gourmet ice cream sandwiches, and beverages for all ages, so be sure to bring the whole family along. Performers include Clark Academy Dance Center, Gaitrie Devi, Configuration Dance Theatre, Center Dance, Organ Fairchild, The Brass Machine, and Black Rock Zydeco.
For additional information (including performance times), visit: elmwoodartfest.org
Please Note: This event will be presented in accordance with applicable public health requirements and considerations as of the date of the event; which could include changes to capacity, attendance prerequisites, procedures, and other protective measures per government and venue policies. If you are not vaccinated, you must wear a mask.
The Elmwood Avenue Festival of the Arts presents a Community Appreciation Day
Asbury Hall, Babeville
Saturday, August 7, 2021
4:00 pm to 11:00 pm