On Saturday September 15th The Thea Foundation holds their 2nd annual Thea Paves The Way art festival with a fun filled day of barbecue, artists and a chance for kids to paint with chalk all over the side walks in front of the Clinton Library. The event is FREE and starts at 8:30am.
The barbecue competition is new this year so go to their web site and sign up your cooking team.
Thanks to Teresa Cates for bringing her incredible art to the studio, Chef Matthew Bell for the fabulous barbecue and a special thank you to Paul Leopolos for sharing his passion about children and the importance of art in their lives.
I'm on vacation until Wednesday September 19th, but join me and Wild Man for "So You Want To Be A Hunter" at Gander Mountain on that morning.
Have a super weekend!