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Arts Alive! brings crafters to downtown Quakertown


Arts Alive! Fine Arts and Craft Festival took place May 21 in Quakertown.

Presented by Quakertown Alive!, the event featured artists and crafters, live entertainment, kids activities, a food court and a wine, beer and spirits tasting area.

Photographs by Debby High

2. Evelyn Bealer, 2, of Germansville.

3. Quakertown Community High School Alumni Association Vice President Raymond Fox, President Melea Barto Rupert and Secretary Denise Loux Fox.

4. Bob Moffett of the Upper Bucks Sertoma Club with Greg Wagner of Quakertown.

5. Anthony of The Dog Bone Guy with Angus.

7. Melanie Kunze and Faith Hale, employees of Two Rivers Brewery.

8. Brent Overhault with Rob Coyle, founder of Shield for a Cause, a veteran-owned nonprofit organization that uses the symbolism of Captain America to raise awareness and funds for underserved veterans.

10. Melissa Cotter, a 4-H leader, with alpacas Elevation and Lamerie of Harley Hill Farm.

11. Got Strings performs for the crowd.

12. At the Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County booth are volunteer Carol Schmitt, donation specialists Dustin Fair and Romon Jimiera, Robin Peterson, Family Service manager/home repair, and members of the Clark family.

14. Rachel Rogers, Makiah Ryan, and Jessica and Jamie Lawfer, Pennridge graduates.

15. Sadie, Nolan and Ruby Girdner and furry friend Nahrie of Trumbauersville.

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