2015-08-14 / Community

Crowd pleaser



Top right, younger sister Brooklyn, age 3, left, looks on, Jackson Davis, 8, points across Mill Creek Pond to where his other sister, Nadia, 6, could find her work in the student art tent. Left, Paul and Miriam Begin of Cape Elizabeth contemplate a wood-carved crane. (Duke Harrington photo) Top right, younger sister Brooklyn, age 3, left, looks on, Jackson Davis, 8, points across Mill Creek Pond to where his other sister, Nadia, 6, could find her work in the student art tent. Left, Paul and Miriam Begin of Cape Elizabeth contemplate a wood-carved crane. (Duke Harrington photo)

Part of a daylong crowd estimated by South Portland Parks and Recreation Director Rick Towle to have topped 5,000 winds through the tents of the 36th annual Art in the Park show. (Duke Harrington photo) Part of a daylong crowd estimated by South Portland Parks and Recreation Director Rick Towle to have topped 5,000 winds through the tents of the 36th annual Art in the Park show. (Duke Harrington photo)

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