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Art in the Park
Approximately 100 artists will display and sell their work. Participating artists create in a variety of mediums: glass, jewelry, metal work, photography, pottery and ceramics, wall art, wood and fiber.
There also will be live music, strolling entertainment, demonstrations, children's activities and food. Parking and admission are free.
More About Fred Fuller Park
Fred Fuller Park is widely considered Kent's flagship recreation area.
The park is home to the city's parks department offices, holds the annual Art in the Park Labor Day weekend festivities, features the Kramer Ball Fields complex and offers one of Kent's longest hike and bike paths, which runs alongside, and crosses over, the Cuyahoga River.
The park offers the traditional amenities, from cozy picnic spaces beneath the tall tree canopy to standard pavilions and playground areas. A natural amphitheater area includes hillside seating and a performance stage.
The park also features the Roy Smith Shelterhouse, which is available for rental.