Ethan Ubina, Communitarian Staff Writer
(Oct 13) Kennett Square will celebrate its first annual ‘Kennett Arts Festival’ on Oct. 15 & 16. The festival is located at 600 South Broad Street, Kennett Square, Pa. The festival will open at 10 a.m. on Saturday, and will feature live music performances, artwork collections, local food vendors and family fun. All proceeds benefit the Kennett Library.
The Library has served the Southern Chester County area for over 125 years and is in the process of building the new Kennett Library & Resource Center that will serve the area.
The event will showcase more than 100 local and regional artists’ work in an array of mediums, across palates and price points. Patrons may purchase artwork as well as artisans’ jewelry, wooden items, glass designs, and much more.
Online admission is $5 and children under 12 are free. Raffle tickets will be sold to enter for a bronze sculpture of a red fox by local artist Clayton bright. Festival Preview tickets for exclusive viewing of the art, meet the music talent, and a raffle ticket are available for $50.