By: SNJ Today Staff
SALEM COUNTY, N.J. – Salem County is getting ready to celebrate its artists later this month with the 11th annual Arts In Bloom Weekend.
On Saturday, May 18th through Sunday, May 19th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., visitors can go see galleries and studios of their choice to get a new understanding of the workspaces of local Salem County artists. You can see artists working on unique fine art, sculpture, leatherwork, stained glass, and more.
Kids can enjoy Dig Into Arts activities at several locations throughout Salem County.
Freeholder Lee Ware said, “This year our theme, Hidden Treasures, captures the best Salem County has to offer.”
“Salem County looks forward to Arts In Bloom each year,” Freeholder Director Ben Laury said. “Spring is in the air and our local artists are showcased to the region, free of charge. We hope everyone will take advantage of this opportunity to explore the arts and our beautiful County!”
Download a brochure and map at artsinbloomnj.com or pick one up at many Salem County businesses.
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