First Street Square is located at First Street and Parker Street, across the street from the Museum Center at Five Points.
The Arts Festival will be an afternoon of family fun featuring more than 20 artists from around the area with beautiful original creations.
“We are very excited about this event,” said Ken Cagle, Arts Festival committee member. “We want to showcase the great artistic talent in our community.”
Arts Festival entertainment will include live music, with Adrian and Stormy Fisher performing from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Cleveland Storytelling Guild will entertain at 12:30 and 2 p.m. with storytellers Judy Baker, Maurine Olin and Pete Vanderpool.
Adrian and Stormy have both been musicians since childhood. They have been playing semi-professionally together since 2004. They now write music and arrange their own cover versions of well-loved songs. Adrian plays guitar, piano, hammered dulcimer, banjo, and other miscellaneous instruments. Stormy sings and plays violin, hand drums, guitar and mandolin. Their influences vary from folk, to jazz and blues, church music, modern rock, R&B, and pop.
Kids will enjoy free face painting and making musical crafts that they can play along with the band. In addition to live music and storytelling, the Arts Festival will also feature great food, frozen drinks and more. Sponsors for the Arts Festival are Easy Auto, Ed Jacobs & Associates, and Pioneer Credit.
“Thank you so much to our sponsors; these events would not be possible without the support of these generous businesses,” said Sharon Marr, MainStreet Cleveland executive director.
For more information call 479-1000 or visit www.mainstreetcleveland.com.