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ESCANABA, Mich. (WLUC) – Ludington Park in Escanaba was filled with art Saturday.

This is the Waterfront Arts Festival. 35 artists packed Ludington Park to sell and display their art. Paintings, photography, crafts, and jewelry are among the mediums sold. The event also featured live music in a shell band throughout the day.

Many artists are local to the Escanaba area.

“I love seeing all the beautiful art created by the many local artists that are here,” said Paula Jordan, Bonifas Arts Center event coordinator. “We have a lot from out of town, but most of them are from here in Escanaba, Delta County, Menominee, the Schoolcraft area. It’s great to get their work out there and show it.”

This is the festival’s 50th year, but the festival will celebrate its 50th anniversary next year as the event goes virtual in 2020.

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