2018-08-17 / Community

Art in the Park, 2018



Poppy appears dubious of the stop and ready to get back underway as George Lichte of Kennebunkport pauses for a moment to check things out at South Portland’s 39th annual Art in the Park, held Saturday, Aug. 11, in Mill Creek Park. Below, some of the famous Mill Creek Pond ducks make way for an invasion of their chosen summer home by humans during the event. See more photos on page 7. (Duke Harrington photos) Poppy appears dubious of the stop and ready to get back underway as George Lichte of Kennebunkport pauses for a moment to check things out at South Portland’s 39th annual Art in the Park, held Saturday, Aug. 11, in Mill Creek Park. Below, some of the famous Mill Creek Pond ducks make way for an invasion of their chosen summer home by humans during the event. See more photos on page 7. (Duke Harrington photos)


Above, acrylic artist and photographer Nancy Clark of Turner, who also creates knitted items, finds time to work a new project in between visitors to her booth at Art in the Park. Top right, Helene Farrar of Manchester and Tim Gaydos of Clinton, New Hampshire, with third- and second-place ribbons following the award presentations. Right, June O’Neill of Cape Elizabeth and Meech, her 40-year-old macaw, visit vendors. (Duke Harrington photos) Above, acrylic artist and photographer Nancy Clark of Turner, who also creates knitted items, finds time to work a new project in between visitors to her booth at Art in the Park. Top right, Helene Farrar of Manchester and Tim Gaydos of Clinton, New Hampshire, with third- and second-place ribbons following the award presentations. Right, June O’Neill of Cape Elizabeth and Meech, her 40-year-old macaw, visit vendors. (Duke Harrington photos)

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