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By Brandon Cline
Managing Editor 

Ominous beginning can't put a damper on third annual Art in the Park


Last updated 5/30/2019 at 11:11am

Journal photo by Brandon Cline

Mike Kuest hangs one of his sports-themed metal sculptures on his tent during the third annual Art in the Park at the Ritzville City Park. Kuest does many sports and outdoors-themed sculptures, and takes requests.

An ominous beginning couldn't put a damper on this year's Art in the Park, as the show staged its third annual event at the Ritzville City Park and is beginning to feel like a mainstay during Memorial Day weekend.

Wet conditions on Friday forced exhibitors to close up shop in the afternoon on the first day of the show. But weather conditions were much improved on Saturday, much to the delight of the exhibitors and Mayor Gary Cook, who was overseeing the art show in his capacity as president of Boots N' Brushes Western Artists Association, who sponsored the event.

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