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  • Samantha Steffen swings Samantha Smith while dancing to pop and rock music as they preform with Dance Connection in Grayslake at the 19th annual Grayslake Arts Festival on Saturday.

       Samantha Steffen swings Samantha Smith while dancing to pop and rock music as they preform with Dance Connection in Grayslake at the 19th annual Grayslake Arts Festival on Saturday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Analise Steeber, left, and Hanna Mider, both of Grayslake dance to pop and rock music as they preform with Dance Connection at the 19th annual Grayslake Arts Festival on Saturday.

       Analise Steeber, left, and Hanna Mider, both of Grayslake dance to pop and rock music as they preform with Dance Connection at the 19th annual Grayslake Arts Festival on Saturday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Shannon Leahy, left, and Analise Steeber lift Jadie Kissner while dancing to pop and rock music as they preform with Dance Connection in Grayslake at the 19th annual Grayslake Arts Festival on Saturday.

       Shannon Leahy, left, and Analise Steeber lift Jadie Kissner while dancing to pop and rock music as they preform with Dance Connection in Grayslake at the 19th annual Grayslake Arts Festival on Saturday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Six year-old Ryann Jones of Grayslake helps her mom, Laura, pick out bracelet from Natalie Afon's of Round Lake Beach booth at the 19th annual Grayslake Arts Festival on Saturday.

       Six year-old Ryann Jones of Grayslake helps her mom, Laura, pick out bracelet from Natalie Afon's of Round Lake Beach booth at the 19th annual Grayslake Arts Festival on Saturday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

 
 

More than 30 artists participated in the 19th annual Grayslake Arts Festival under a big blue sky in downtown Grayslake on Saturday.

Sponsored by Grayslake Area Chamber of Commerce & Industry, the festival included watercolors, fabrics, photography, sculptures and ceramics.

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Jewelry maker Natalie Afon of Round Lake Beach had a steady stream of customers viewing her wearable art work.

Several events also took place throughout the day, including the Grayslake High School art exhibit, children's activities, sponsor booths and visits to the Grayslake Heritage Center.

Dancers with Dance Connection in Grayslake performed to pop and rock music. "Over 100 attended our show today," said Bridget Black, owner.

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