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Jacksonville Celebrates the Arts 2012

Celebrate the Arts 2012 is our 16th annual event featuring 70 fine artists and artistic crafters, held at the Jacksonville Historic Courthouse gardens, 206 N. 5th Street, Jacksonville on Friday August 31, 11AM-6PM; Saturday & Sunday September 1 & 2, 10AM-5PM.

You will find for your viewing and purchasing pleasure: paintings, photography, sculpture, hand crafted jewelry, furniture, wearable art, soaps, hoops, and natural fiber creations. Artists are from throughout southern Oregon and beyond. Enjoy live entertainment twice daily, tasty meals & treats, and art demonstrations.

Come for the day, stay for the weekend in Historic Jacksonville! Enjoy local hospitality, fine foods and wines, woodland hikes and guided historic tours.

Below is a slideshow of pictures from previous festivals. Join us this year for our best event ever!

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Jacksonville Celebrates the Arts 2012More information is available to artists and visitors. Please visit our listing at the Southern Oregon Artists Resource for contact information:

Sponsored by:

Jacksonville Community Center

P.O. Box 1435, Jacksonville, OR 97530

With a committed goal to expand Jacksonville Community Center to serve all ages for cultural and educational activities, large and small group gatherings, commercial kitchen, classes and workshops.

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