Wetaskiwin Arts and Music Festival this weekend

Two stages, 30 artists at Ag Society grounds

Looking for a great family-friendly event to do this weekend in Wetaskiwin?

The Wetaskiwin Arts and Music Festival will take place Saturday, June 22nd, at the Wetaskiwin Ag Grounds, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., rain or shine.

Two stages will keep attendees entertained all day and approximately 30 participating artists will be showing (and selling) their art.

The Society has added a Kids Arts tent, this year, where children, accompanied by their parent or guardian, can create art projects to take home, all totally free. There will be several food vendors on site, providing a wide variety of food choices.

Attendance is free to the public and there’s lots of parking.

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