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Recycled Arts Festival seeks artists, vendors

By , Columbian staff writer

The Clark County Recycled Arts Festival, scheduled for June 25-26 in Esther Short Park, is accepting applications from artists, food vendors and nonprofit educational groups. Artists are required to incorporate 75 percent recycled, reclaimed or repurposed material into their artwork; the deadline to apply is Saturday. Mobile food vendors with a focus on sustainability are encouraged to apply by Feb. 28. Nonprofit groups are also invited to apply by Feb. 28 to educate attendees about concepts related to environmentalism and sustainability. Applications submitted after the deadlines will be considered if openings remain. Get complete details and apply at

Volunteers are also needed to assist with the festival, which draws thousands of people. For updates, follow Recycled Arts Festival on Facebook and Instagram at @TheRecycledArtsFestival.


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