A very civilized art show
The show, right off of Ponce de Leon Blvd, on US 1 is easy to get to and it's free to get in. There's no cost to park in the parking lots across the street, under Metrorail, and it's wide open and winds around the area, where you can "meander," down the lanes, as a friend puts it.
There are no fences to keep people out; lots of people bring dogs and bicycles are allowed and it's one civilized way to enjoy outdoor art.
We also checked out a couple of the exhibits inside the Lowe Art Museum; the festival is on the museum grounds.
There were a lot of food vendors, but not overly so, who don't charge so much for the food and there was also live music. And lots of Grovites. As usual, we saw lots of Grove neighbors enjoying the show.
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