Art & Music Festival Thrives In Return To Main St.

Back On Main Street

And Better Than Ever!

Art & Music Festival Thrives In Former Locale

Kim Condon, Oneonta, hands Richard Birkett, Otego, the Best in Show Award for his intricate Fantasty Clocks. Each piece is meticulously assembled from hundreds of objects including toys, gears, hinges, pipes, slide viewers, old photographs, springs and more. Birkett was one of many artists who lined Main St. this afternoon for the 14th Annual City of the Hills Art & Music Festival this afternoon. Shoppers could browse pottery, jewlery, paintings, clothing and photography while enjoying readings from area authors, live music, belly-dancing, and children's activities. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
Kim Condon, Oneonta, hands Richard Birkett, Otego, the Best in Show Award for his intricate Fantasy Clocks. Each piece is meticulously assembled from hundreds of objects including toys, gears, hinges, pipes, slide viewers, old photographs, springs and more.  Birkett was one of many artists who lined Main Street Saturday afternoon for the 14th annual City of the Hills Art & Music Festival. Shoppers could browse pottery, jewelry, paintings, clothing and photography while enjoying readings from area authors, live music, belly-dancing, and children’s activities. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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