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Alive with arts in the Hilltowns

  • Alice Spatz, of the folk trio Wintergreen, rolls her double bass past "Nessie the Loch Ness Monster" on her way to a performance at the Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday. Nessie is a "yarn bomb" creation of Arts Alive in the Hilltowns, which sponsors the festival. Other evidence of yarn bombing can be seen on the columns of the Worthington Town Hall in background.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Alice Spatz, of the folk trio Wintergreen, rolls her double bass past "Nessie the Loch Ness Monster" on her way to a performance at the Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday. Nessie is a "yarn bomb" creation of Arts Alive in the Hilltowns, which sponsors the festival. Other evidence of yarn bombing can be seen on the columns of the Worthington Town Hall in background.
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  • Whately artist George Reynolds demonstrates the art of paper marbling to Summer Sorensen, 7, of W. Chesterfield, and others attending the third annual Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday. Here, Reynolds reveals a marbled design transferred from the water's surface to the paper. <br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Whately artist George Reynolds demonstrates the art of paper marbling to Summer Sorensen, 7, of W. Chesterfield, and others attending the third annual Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday. Here, Reynolds reveals a marbled design transferred from the water's surface to the paper.
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  • Hilltown Choral Society director Jeffrey Hunt, right, of Pittsfield leads the group in a performance of "Singin' in the Rain" during the third annual Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Hilltown Choral Society director Jeffrey Hunt, right, of Pittsfield leads the group in a performance of "Singin' in the Rain" during the third annual Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday.
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  • Whately artist George Reynolds demonstrates the art of paper marbling to Summer Sorensen, 7, of W. Chesterfield, and others attending the third annual Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday. Here Reynolds uses a rake to manipulate colors suspended in a specially prepared tray of water.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Whately artist George Reynolds demonstrates the art of paper marbling to Summer Sorensen, 7, of W. Chesterfield, and others attending the third annual Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday. Here Reynolds uses a rake to manipulate colors suspended in a specially prepared tray of water.
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  • Beverly Bowman of Worthington explains her technique to Richard Mansfield, also of Worthington, as she weaves a placemat on a four shaft handloom at the third annual Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Beverly Bowman of Worthington explains her technique to Richard Mansfield, also of Worthington, as she weaves a placemat on a four shaft handloom at the third annual Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday.
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  • Briana Gates, 8, of Cheshire tries on a hat she just created from yarn and repurposed plastic while playing with her brother, Jesse, 5, and grandfather George Tedford of Pittsfield in the children's activities area of the Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Briana Gates, 8, of Cheshire tries on a hat she just created from yarn and repurposed plastic while playing with her brother, Jesse, 5, and grandfather George Tedford of Pittsfield in the children's activities area of the Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday.
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  • Alice Spatz, of the folk trio Wintergreen, rolls her double bass past "Nessie the Loch Ness Monster" on her way to a performance at the Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday. Nessie is a "yarn bomb" creation of Arts Alive in the Hilltowns, which sponsors the festival. Other evidence of yarn bombing can be seen on the columns of the Worthington Town Hall in background.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Whately artist George Reynolds demonstrates the art of paper marbling to Summer Sorensen, 7, of W. Chesterfield, and others attending the third annual Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday. Here, Reynolds reveals a marbled design transferred from the water's surface to the paper. <br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Hilltown Choral Society director Jeffrey Hunt, right, of Pittsfield leads the group in a performance of "Singin' in the Rain" during the third annual Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Whately artist George Reynolds demonstrates the art of paper marbling to Summer Sorensen, 7, of W. Chesterfield, and others attending the third annual Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday. Here Reynolds uses a rake to manipulate colors suspended in a specially prepared tray of water.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Beverly Bowman of Worthington explains her technique to Richard Mansfield, also of Worthington, as she weaves a placemat on a four shaft handloom at the third annual Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Briana Gates, 8, of Cheshire tries on a hat she just created from yarn and repurposed plastic while playing with her brother, Jesse, 5, and grandfather George Tedford of Pittsfield in the children's activities area of the Hilltown Arts Festival in Worthington center Saturday.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

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