Celebrate the arts, entertainment and Ohio-made food

The Salt Fork Arts & Craft Festival brings many artists and their creative talents to Cambridge City Park. It provides entertainment throughout the day and foods to savor while enjoying the festivities Aug. 12-14. Admission is free.

Opening ceremonies will be held at the Gateway Entrance on Edgeworth Avenue at noon on Friday featuring music by the Caldwell High School Marching Band. Welcomes will be made by several local officials before the ribbon cutting.

Michael Warren of Cambridge shows some of his chainsaw art.

Artists

Stop by and see the creative work of many artists from all over the United States. There will be a wide range of work from paintings and jewelry to wood carvings and glass. Find old favorites there like Michael Warren, who creates designs with a chainsaw or visit Gene and Maggie Jorgensen for their jewelry. Don’t forget to check out the Student Art display with more than 250 pieces contributed by area students.



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