The 7th Annual Glenwood Arts Festival (GAAF) was on August 23 & 24, 2008.
Join Michael & Greg as they explore the festival, talk to vendors and check out the sites and sounds.
GAAF is a free, weekend-long event that features artists, open studios and live entertainment on three outdoor stages. Experience art, theater, music, as well as food and drink, on the cobblestone streets of the Glenwood Avenue Arts District in Chicago’s historic Rogers Park neighborhood.
Links from the video:
The Morse Theater – http://www.themorse.com
Cranky Cricket – http://www.crankycricket.com/
Something Beautiful – http://www.ecram1.etsy.com
Kokya Taiko – http://www.geocities.com/kokyotaiko/index.html
The Mess Hall – http://www.messhall.org
More info on Glenwood Arts Festival – Rogers Park – Chicago, IL
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