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Fine Art in the Park May 17-18 Los Altos

Original post made by Marlene Cowan on Mar 30, 2014

The Los Altos Rotary Fine Art in the Park Show is Saturday and Sunday, May 17 and 18. Admission is free and open to the public on Foothill Expressway, Los Altos, featuring original, juried works for sale by 170 artists, wine tasting, food and entertainment. Free parking and shuttles at Los Altos High School.

Fine Art in the Park
May 17-18, 2014
10 AM – 5:30 PM
Lincoln Park, Los Altos

Each year, the Los Altos Rotary Club presents Fine Art in the Park – one of the Bay Area's premier open-air art shows, featuring original, juried works by some 170 artists. Fine art pieces range from paintings and sculpture to ceramics, jewelry and unique gifts.

Entertainment, food and beverages make this an ideal occasion for shopping and family fun.

As you stroll through the lovely park, viewing first-rate art, you'll take comfort knowing that your purchase goes to support a great cause. All proceeds of the Rotary Fine Art in the Park show go to support a wide range of community service agencies in the Bay Area, and support international development projects in places like Nepal, Mexico, Malaysia and Afghanistan.

Come for a day of fun and great art. There is free parking at Los Altos High School, with shuttles to the park.

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