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Arlington Hts. Art Guild presents show Sunday

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  • A Walk in the Park steps off Sunday, Aug. 21. Tan Jie of Grayslake hangs her silk embroidery for a previous fair.

       A Walk in the Park steps off Sunday, Aug. 21. Tan Jie of Grayslake hangs her silk embroidery for a previous fair.
    Laura Stoecker | Staff PhotographerAugust 200

  • Maarten Tonneyck of Hoffman Estates worked in the studios booth at A Walk in the Park during a previous Arlington Heights art fair.

       Maarten Tonneyck of Hoffman Estates worked in the studios booth at A Walk in the Park during a previous Arlington Heights art fair.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer August 2005

  • A ceramic work by Mary Applegate of Palatine offered frogs to art patrons at the Arlington Heights Art Guild's A Walk in the Park a few years ago.

       A ceramic work by Mary Applegate of Palatine offered frogs to art patrons at the Arlington Heights Art Guild's A Walk in the Park a few years ago.
    BILL ZARS | Staff Photographer August 2008

  • Kay Coyne and Grace Wagner of Prospect Heights look over the art work of Sylvia Westgard while at Arlington Heights' A Walk in the Park several years ago.

       Kay Coyne and Grace Wagner of Prospect Heights look over the art work of Sylvia Westgard while at Arlington Heights' A Walk in the Park several years ago.
    Mark Black | Staff Photographer August 2005

 
Arlington Heights Art Guild submission

Ninety artists will display their work at A Walk in the Park Sunday, Aug. 21, at North School Park, 410 N. Arlington Heights Road in Arlington Heights.

This marks 40 years the Arlington Heights Art Guild has hosted the juried show.

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Visitors will find artists selling paintings, stained glass, woodwork, pottery and jewelry. Food will also be available, and the entertainment will include music.

The Arlington Heights Art Guild is a nonprofit group run by local artists. Their goal is to provide education to members and guests at regular meetings. The group also gives an annual scholarship to a local high school student who plans to study art.

For information, call Lori Brownstein at (312) 215-4407.

The guild's website is arlingtonheightsartguild.com.

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