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The Marion Popcorn Festival Fine Arts Competition, Show, and Sale is held all three days of the festival at Marion City Hall on West Center Street. Artwork will be displayed in a gallery-type atmosphere and all artists are invited to enter.
Entries will be judged, and awards presented, in categories including painting, drawing, photography, mixed-media, and sculpture, as well as, Best of Show and People’s Choice.
Artists may enter their work in advance by registering online or downloading forms and rules from www.midohiofineartsociety.org.
All work must be framed or otherwise ready for exhibition and must remain on display at the Fine Arts Show for the duration of the Marion Popcorn Festival.
For further information visit the website above or contact us on Facebook.
This event is sponsored in part by the Mid-Ohio Fine Art Society and the City of Marion.
Matt will perform his LIVE, one-man show for FREE inside The Historic Marion Palace Theater on Thursday, September 6, 2018 at 1pm.
He was named by GigMasters as their Rising Star, given for the “Most Dollars Booked Tribute Act” in North America, for the past 5 years, from 2013-2017, and also has their top review status, 5 Stars.
Matt’s been performing on television, radio, and film, for millions of people, but mainly in live shows, every month since June of 1971. He sings the best known songs of Frank Sinatra, but also adds favorites from Tony Bennett, Nat King Cole, Harry Connick, Jr., Michael Buble, Bing Crosby, Louis Armstrong, Andy Williams, Wayne Newton, Bobby Darin, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis, Jr., always in good taste, with class and finesse.
More info at www.thecincinnatisinatra.com
The Marion Popcorn Festival Parade takes place each year on Thursday evening of the festival starting at 6:00 p.m.
The parade starts by heading west on East Center Street starting at the corner of Greenwood Street. It then makes a zigzag, turning south on State Street and east on Church Street, before finishing up by heading south on South Main Street and breaking up near the Rotary Towers.