Indulge in arts this weekend

The sixth annual Appetitle for the Arts takes place this weekend featuring over fifty artists, multiple musicians and a whole host of opportunities for you to get your art fix.
Aug 12, 2013

The fifty artists participating in the 2013 Appetite for the Arts work in a wide variety of mediums, jewelry, painting, metals, pottery, woodworking, sculpture, photography and more. 

Come experience art, food, music and kid’s activities at this year’s Appetite for the Arts at the Erie-Ottawa Regional Airport Friday, August 16, through Sunday, August 18.

Want to go?

WHAT: Appetite for the Arts
WHERE: Erie-Ottawa Regional Airport
WHEN: Friday August 16-Sunday August 18
COST: Free

The event Saturday (10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and Sunday (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.) is free and includes artist booths, the Take Flight Children’s Art Tent, food and beverages including the Port Clinton Rotary Perch Wagon, Ohio craft beers and local wines. Sunday’s Fly In/Drive In Pancake Breakfast (8 a.m. to noon) will feature the opportunity for kids to fly free!

Entertainment Saturday includes local singer-songwriter Jerry Davenport, winner of the recent Songwriter Shootout at the Listening Room; guitarist/harmonica player (and artist) Bob Lawitzke; and singer/songwriter Steve Hall, whose “Drop Anchor in Port Clinton” video has garnered about 23,000 views worldwide on YouTube. View it HERE

Sunday’s entertainment includes the Naked Bacon Band, an acoustic quartet known for their harmonies, diverse repertoire and unusual instrumentation like washtub bass and “mouth trumpet.” The Kickin’ Back Band will bring their feel-good music to Sunday’s pancake breakfast.

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