Port Clinton Art Festival Kicks Off This Weekend
The 29-year-old festival will bring 250,000 art enthusiasts to Highland Park beginning Saturday. And don't forget the Taste of Highland Park, which kicks off Friday.
Get ready for a lot of walking, eating and art-admiring this weekend, as the Taste of Highland Park and Port Clinton Art Festival make their return to the city's downtown.
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Now in its 29th year, the Port Clinton Art Festival kicks off Saturday at 10 a.m., bringing with it more than 260 internationally celebrated artists. Available artwork includes ceramics, drawings, furniture, glass, jewelry, metal, photography and wood. The festival is free and takes place Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
But before the art shopping begins, there will be eating. The sixth annual Taste of Highland Park kicks off Friday at 5 p.m. and will run alongside the Art Festival through the weekend. Check out dishes from Highland Park hot spots:
- Abigail’s American BistroBluegrass
- Cafe Central
- City Park Grill
- Dunkin Donuts/Baskin Robbins
- Frost Gelato
- Highland Pop
- Jade China Bistro
- Jamba Juice
- New York Slices
- Phoenicia Restaurant
- Piero’s Pizza
- Real Urban BBQ
- Stash’s Grill
- Sunset Foods
- Sushi Badaya
- Sushi Kushi Too
- Tamales...A Mexican Joint.
Plus, the Highland Park Chamber of Commerce will have a tent for beer and wine.