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'Art in the Park’ set for April 13
Bradwell Park

The Liberty Melting Pot of Art will be hosting “Art in the Park – Spring” at Bradwell Park on Saturday, April 13 from 10 a.m. through 3 p.m. in Downtown Hinesville.

Featuring local artists, entertainment, and food. Vendor applications are now open and may be completed by going to the following link: https://forms. gle/E9rsjX5wTFa3cDrFA, or in-person at Old Liberty County Jail. The deadline to apply is April 1.

There are a limited number of booth spaces available. Vendor fees are $20 for members of the Liberty Melting Pot of Art and $40 for non-members. Selected artists will be contacted after April 1st to discuss logistics and payment.

“This will be my first year collaborating with the Liberty Melting Pot of Art members for a fun-filled day at Bradwell Park,” said Kenya Romero, Main Street Program manager/downtown events, Hinesville Downtown Development Authority. “Downtown Hinesville is filled with talent and local charm. I would like to invite anyone who has not had the opportunity to shop and eat locally to do so while enjoying art. The Hinesville Downtown Authority will also be hosting the 2nd Saturday Block Party starting 7 to 10 p.m. We want everyone to experience Hinesville and city motto is ‘Home for a Day or a Lifetime.’” The Old Liberty County Jail serves as a historic museum and art gallery. The Liberty Melting Pot of Art members provide tours and information about the historic site and Liberty County. Additionally, the artists are responsible for scheduling art exhibits year-round.

For information on becoming a Liberty Melting Pot of Art member, email or visit the Old Liberty County Jail during operating hours.

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