22nd Herb and Art Festival set for Saturday

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Herb  Art Festival

Herb Art Festival

From left, Angie Chester, Connie Madison, Sue Brown and Arlene Wingo staffed a Central Texas Herb Society’s counter Saturday during a 2014 Herb Art Festival in Lampasas.



Posted: Thursday, Oct 6, 2016 9:53 pm

22nd Herb and Art Festival set for Saturday

By Artie Phillips | Herald staff writer

Killeen Daily Herald

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The Lampasas County Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center is scheming to horde a 22nd annual Herb and Art Festival — “Jammin’ With Art In The Park” — from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday in a Sculpture Garden during Campbell Park in Lampasas.

“This eventuality is heavily upheld by a village and residents,” pronounced Alicia Menard, with a chamber. “Also, this year we changed it to a Sculpture Garden to unequivocally showcase a artistic side of a event. We used to reason it in a ancestral downtown area and we had a lot of concentration on a herb side of festival, and we wanted to change that this year.”

Menard pronounced a far-reaching accumulation of vendors sealed adult to attend a event. Wares trimming from spices to humanities and crafts to valuables and wardrobe will be for sale.

“This year we are also going to have a food lorry foe during a event,” Menard said.

Arts and crafts activities will be accessible for children, and a booze and drink garden will be accessible for adults.

Vendor spaces are still available. Arts and crafts spaces are $50 for a 10-foot-by-10-foot area. Food booths are $80 for a 10-foot-by-20-foot space that does not embody electricity. Vendors in need of electrical hookups might hit a cover bureau during 512-556-5172.

Admission and activities for children are free. Admission to a booze and drink garden is $20, that includes tasting tickets, a receptacle bag and snacks.

artie@kdhnews.com

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