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Roselle Park Gearing Up for RP Loves Arts! Festival

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Roselle Park Loves Arts! event this Saturday
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ROSELLE PARK, NJ - The community is gearing up for Saturday as the 2nd Annual “Roselle Park Loves Arts!” festival will attract hundreds of people from all over NJ.

The event is a celebration of the arts and will showcase over 100 artists and performers featuring an art walk of visual artists and handcrafted items from a variety of artisans. Some artists will offer demonstrations of their craft. 

"We are very excited about this year's RP Loves ARTS!,” said Pam Welch-Reinoso, the programs Coordinator. “We expect everyone to interact with the arts in a very special way, we have activities for all ages and stages. RP Loves ARTS! has more than doubled in size since last year. You will not want to miss it."

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The event will host a non-stop line up of live performances and hands on activities for children and adults such as:

Graffiti wall (especially for teens, adults and seniors)

Kids Make N' Take Instruments

Coloring Table: Adults & Kids

Paint with Pico

Kids Crazy Crafts

Selfie Station

Chalk Mandala for "Never Grown-ups"

Film aficionados can check out the “Roselle Park Loves Shorts!” Film Festival. This year’s inaugural short film festival will feature video shorts from around the world. Films will be shown from 12-6p.m. with an awards presentation at 6:30p.m.

The “Roselle Park Loves Jazz!” Festival will begin at 7p.m. 

For more information or to view updated schedules click here.  

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