Lake Oswego's Festival of the Arts draws in the crowds to celebrate The City of Arts.
Unlike last year when record heat beset the Festival of the Arts, this year was much better even though it was still warm.
True to form, art lovers weathered what heat there was to attend the 59th annual Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts.
And even though this year's Festival of the Arts was only two days, many attendees were just happy that the Festival was even happening and understood that the event is building for a special year in 2023, its 60th anniversary.
Early reports from Festival organizers noted good attendance, more than 500 people in the first couple hours at George Rogers Park on Saturday, and strong art sales at the Open Show, held in the giant tent behind the Lakewood Center of the Arts.
Here are just a few of the photos taken from this year's Festival. Watch for more photos and a wrap-up story in this week's Lake Oswego Review.
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