Art in the Park at Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park, Oct. 7

Enjoy seeing artist displays and craft demonstrations and get a head start on holiday gift shopping at Art in the Park at the Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park on Saturday, Oct. 7, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m, 2017.

I’ll be one of the artists, selling my wood art.

My Native American-style flutes come with a music book I’ve created to help those new to the instrument.

Season decorating wood puzzles are one of my new creations – providing Halloween or Christmas decorating fun.

Inspired by the colorful designs of both Barcelona and the Grand Canyon, I’ve created gator and lizard wood wall hangings that add color and a festive spirit to any room.

My Hitty dolls capture the experience of hand carved wood that are enjoyed by both children and adult doll collectors.

I’ll also be selling my handcrafted wood spoons made from Florida trees and Hitty dolls, based on the small wood doll of Rachel Field’s Hitty, Her First Hundred Years.

Art in the Park includes music, food concessions and art activities for children. Some of the displays and activities will be in pavillions and small shops.

jamming with Native American-style flute
Jamming with other musicians at an arts and crafts festival at Stephen Foster State Park in 2016.

At a previous festival at the park, I enjoyed meeting other artists and crafters and had fun jamming with some of the other musicians.

Park admission is $5 per car load, up to 8 people. Stephen Foster Folk State Park is located in White Springs.