Art in the Park 

Friday, Sept. 8 through Sunday, Sept. 10 in Julia Davis Park

Do you love art? Then grab your Monet and Gogh.

Kelsey Hawes

Do you love art? Then grab your Monet and Gogh.

Happening shortly after Labor Day, Art in the Park by the Boise Art Museum is like another holiday. One of the most widely appreciated art and culture events in the northwest, the three-day festival is full of food, live entertainment and, most importantly, art in the great outdoors, with proceeds benefiting BAM. Art lovers can spend hours in Julia Davis Park checking out work by more than 250 artists, sipping drinks at the Sculpture Garden Pub, filling up on food truck fare and enjoying live bands, belly dancers and other performers in the Gene Harris Bandshell. As always, the weekend is family friendly, and there's plenty for the little artists to do, like create exhibit-inspired paintings and drawings at the Children's Art Tent near the Rose Garden for $2 apiece.

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