ArtFest is one of the most family-friendly, and budget-friendly, events that happen in the Tri-States, and mark your calendars because ArtFest is back at the Quincy Art Center this September, and they have tons of activities for the whole family to enjoy!

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According to the Facebook event page for ArtFest, which is hosted by the Quincy Art Center, Artfest is happening on Saturday, September 17th this year from 1 pm to 4 pm at the Quincy Art Center. On the Facebook event page, they say...

"Join us for an afternoon of free and low-cost art activities for the family! ArtFest is Saturday, Sept. 17, from 1 to 4 p.m. at Quincy Art Center, 1515 Jersey St. Activities include wheel-throwing, sidewalk chalk, scratchboard art, rock painting, no-look-draw, and an exhibit scavenger hunt. The Budding Artist will be there with a paint-your-own-pottery project, and Quincy Public Library will have an activity. Kathy Brink will perform beautiful music and KICK-FM will do a broadcast."

That's right our own Michael Rose will be out there broadcasting at ArtFest, we are very proud to help spread the word about this great family event. If you want to learn more about ArtFest check out their Facebook event page for yourself by clicking here!

The Quincy Art Center is located at 1515 Jersey Street in Quincy, and the Quincy Art Center is open from 11 am to 6 pm Wednesday through Saturday, and their exhibits are always FREE for the public to check out and enjoy! So make sure you make your way to ArtFest for some family fun on September 17th.

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