More than 70 artists and fine craftsmen will be involved in the juried art show, which will be presented by the Walker County Arts Alliance on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Gamble Park.
Sculpture, jewelry, woodworking, pottery and other arts and fine crafts will be displayed, and the artists will also be on hand to speak with visitors.
The general public can cast their vote for the “People’s Choice,” while a commission of judges will present awards in nine categories as well as “Best of Show.”
Dozens of original works will also be included in a silent auction and can be bid on throughout the day.
Ron Morris and Sandra Heaven will be hosting live pottery demonstrations while Russell Colvin of BlackWater Forge will be presenting iron forging.
The festival will also include a children’s area, which will be open all day and is sponsored by the Walker Area Community Foundation’s WAY Council. Examples of the activities to be offered there include painting, theatre, dance, music, gymnastics and storytelling.
The Birmingham Children’s Theatre will also be performing “The Little Engine That Could” at 10 a.m.
Refreshments will be offered. Admission to the event is free.
Booths are still available by calling 221-1711.