More Art in Murfreesboro - Greenway Recap

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Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
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Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.
Photo by Jim Davis. Click for full size.

Talented artists recently displayed their work along the Greenway trail at Old Fort Park. Guest to the park had the opportunity to browse through booths of original artwork in a family-friendly park setting.

Oils, acrylics, watercolors, pottery, sculpture, jewelry, glasswares, and other original artwork was displayed at the September 15, 2018 event as well as music, food vendors and kids' art activities.

Above are some of the photos from the event as captured by Jim Davis with the Murfreesboro Parks and Rec Department.

The Murfreesboro Greenway System consists of the Stones River and Lytle Creek trails. The Stones River and Lytle Creek Greenways are available for residents and visitors to enjoy nature hikes, walking, running, bicycling, or in-line skating along the thirteen miles of greenway trails.

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