As the show and its crowds grew, the venue again changed, first to the American Legion Field in front of Town Hall and finally to its current home at Community Park in 1997. Now, over half a century later, 185 exhibitors are chosen from hundreds of juried applicants from across the country and around the world. This celebration of fine art and fine crafts, displayed in our bucolic tree-lined park, has grown to become one of the nation's most highly rated art shows. Each year, thousands of art lovers come from near and far to see an ever-changing display of paintings, photography, sculpture, jewelry and more. Children’s activities and interactive art have helped to make this a family-friendly annual event.
As the show has grown, so too has its group of volunteers, now numbering 300. Every year, as one show winds down the next is already in the works. Behind all the brainstorming and community outreach is a hard-working and fun-loving group of people who strive to make the art show the best it can be. You, too, can be a part of the art show history. New volunteers and new ideas are always welcome!