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Here's everything you need to know for taking part in three days of art, theater, music and more

'Samuel the Poet' by Nano Lopez is one of the featured pieces in 'Layers: The Evolving Art of 3-D Printing.'It's Festival of the Arts weekend in Lake Oswego!

The three-day festival is expected to draw 25,000 people to the Lakewood Center for the Arts and George Rogers Park from Friday, June 22, through Sunday, June 24. In addition to the artwork, live music and theater performances will entertain visitors. There will be food, beer and wine, too, as well as a "Kids Get Creative" program featuring everything from comedy shows and storytimes to a mobile DJ, face-painting and wheel-throwing clay.

Ready to go? Here's everything you'll need to know:

WHAT: 55th-annual Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts

WHEN: Friday, June 22-Sunday, June 24

HOURS: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday

WHERE: Lakewood Center for the Arts, 368 S. State St.; and George Rogers Park, at the corner of State and Ladd streets

AT THE LAKEWOOD CENTER: "Artists Vision: Artifacts of a Journey," a juried exhibit of art pieces that document the process artwork takes on the road to creation; a non-juried Open Show with work from emerging and established artists; a Special Exhibit called "Layers: The Evolving Art of 3D Printing," which will showcase the artistic side of 3D printing and advanced art-making technologies; and two exhibits (one for grades K-8 and the other for high-schoolers) featuring the work of local students.

IN GEORGE ROGERS PARK: Art in the Park, featuring more than 100 booths filled with jewelry, ceramics, photography, painting and more; live music on the main stage; food, beer and wine will be for sale.

COST: Free, although a donation of $5 per person or $10-$20 per family is suggested

FREE SHUTTLE: Parking near the festival site is limited; free shuttles will operate during all show hours from Lake Oswego Junior High (2500 Country Club Road), Lakeridge High (1235 Overlook Drive) and Marylhurst University (17600 Pacific Highway), as well as several stops in the downtown area.

NOTE: No smoking allowed; no pets other than service animals allowed; an ATM is available in George Rogers Park.

MORE INFORMATION: Pick up a copy of The Review's full-color festival program onsite, or visit www.lakewood-center.org.

— The Review

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