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September 26, 2013

Art Walk

HAMPTON – The Hampton Arts Network (HAN) will hold an Art Walk on Fri., October 4, from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m., in downtown Hampton, at the Gazebo in Marelli’s Square, (rain date Sat., October 5, from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m.).

This year’s Art Walk features over 25 HAN artists displaying their work at the Gazebo and in the surrounding downtown Hampton businesses on Lafayette Road and High Street. HAN will also display children’s art from Marston School, Hampton Academy, and Sacred Heart. New this year is a new raffle for original ornament artwork by HAN artists. Enjoy weaving and painting demonstrations, huge pumpkin sculpting, music, and lots of fun activities for the kids.

The popular Pro-Chef Culinary Arts Competition is back! Hampton’s top chefs will compete to make the most creative and tasty food using corn this year for all to enjoy. Look for the Rotary banner at 17 High Street, where The Hampton Rotary Club will again be offering “goodie” bags filled with kid’s art supplies and other treats.

For more information about the Art Walk and the Hampton Arts Network organization, please visit our website at www.hamptonartsnetwork.org or call 603-926-2857.

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