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Promenade of Art continues Sunday in Arlington Hts.

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  • Fine art photographer Igor Menaker of Grayslake talks about his work with Kathryn Powell of Arlington Heights at the 11th annual Promenade of Art in Arlington Heights on Saturday.

       Fine art photographer Igor Menaker of Grayslake talks about his work with Kathryn Powell of Arlington Heights at the 11th annual Promenade of Art in Arlington Heights on Saturday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Scott Anderson, right, and Dave Granger play classic rock music at the 11th annual Promenade of Art in Arlington Heights on Saturday. The art fest features the work of 130 juried artists.

       Scott Anderson, right, and Dave Granger play classic rock music at the 11th annual Promenade of Art in Arlington Heights on Saturday. The art fest features the work of 130 juried artists.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Alina Ritch, 5, gets help cooling off in the fountain from her mother, Shani, at the 11th annual Promenade of Art. The two were visiting Alina's grandmother in Hanover Park.

       Alina Ritch, 5, gets help cooling off in the fountain from her mother, Shani, at the 11th annual Promenade of Art. The two were visiting Alina's grandmother in Hanover Park.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

 
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The Promenade of Art, in its 11th year in Arlington Heights, will continue from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 8, on Vail and Campbell streets in the downtown.

The art fest features the work of 130 juried artists. Offerings include photography, paintings, ceramics, fiber, glass, jewelry, sculpture, mixed media, drawings, printmaking, wood and furniture.

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The festival also features food from local restaurants, live entertainment, and art activities for kids, including an art scavenger hunt.

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