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Getting Out 8/30/13

Sawdust Signs Off With a Raffle

As the Sawdust Art Festival’s 47th season ends, 200 local artist-exhibitors and staff prepare for a final weekend of festivities.

Instructors wrap up the summer’s final weekend with art classes at the Sawdust Festival.

Instructors wrap up the summer’s final weekend with art classes at the Sawdust Festival.

These include the Sunday, Sept. 1 raffle for a Suburu. Visitors still have a chance to enter the 4 p.m. drawing, which supports arts education. Raffle tickets are $5 each or five for $20.

Art classes for adults and children continue through the last day, with 1 p.m. weekend sessions at the Children’s Art Spot and adult classes at varying times at Studio One.

The local favorites, Missiles of October, World Anthem and Upstream, close out the entertainment on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.

 

 

 

Belly Dancers Shimmy at Sawdust’s Closing

Some of the Habibis’ dancers.

Some of the Habibis’ dancers.

On the last night of the Sawdust Festival, Sunday, Sept. 1, JJ & the Habibis, Laguna Beach belly dancers, will perform.

Their first show starts at 6 p.m. A second has yet to be determined but those in attendance can join the dancer-led parade around the grounds afterwards.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Patrons Treated by Art-A-Fair’s Sendoff

Admission to Art-a-Fair is free on its final weekend of the season, this Saturday and Sunday Aug. 31 and Sept. 1.

The festival’s line-up of live entertainment continues alongside artists showing their artwork before the doors close on another season at 777 Laguna Canyon Rd.

 

 

 

 

 

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