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The 55th annual St. Anthony Park Arts Festival filled the neighborhood with arts galore on Saturday, June 1.

This year’s one-day celebration featured more than 50 juried artists on and near the grounds of the neighborhood library, along with musicians, a community plant sale and a giant used book sale.

Scattered through the venue were numerous food vendors.

Bugle freelance photographer, Lou Michaels, captured the activity in this picture gallery.


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Our photo gallery is a combination of photos from our print edition and pictures that we could not run due to lack of space. We are accepting photo submissions from readers for possible publication. Got an interesting photo of something that happened or is going on in your neighborhood?  Send your photo submissions to editor@parkbugle.org with the caption line “Photo Gallery.”