PARIS — Moore Park will come alive with arts of all kinds and a full day of live music and dancing from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 13.

Forty artists will exhibit fine art paintings, fiber arts, sculpture, metal-smithed and beaded jewelry, glass arts, wood carvings, photography at the 43rd Anniversary Celebration Moore Park Art Show, presented by the town’s parks and recreation department.

Among the artists slated to exhibit at the Moore Park Art Show are woodcarver Don Bolduc, photographer Michael Dyer, painters Julieanne Reed and Ron Hamilton, photographer Jamie Cypher, metal sculptor Michael Sauro, and +fiber artists Grace McGivergan and Natalie Reed.

The show, founded in 1968 by the Western Maine Art Group, will also feature the Neveah Dancers, guitar duo Just Us Two, the a cappella Mollyockett Chorus of the Sweet Adelines International, guitarist Terry Swett and Brad Hooper, “troubadour for hire.”

If it rains, the event will be held on Sunday, Aug. 14.

The schedule of events follows:

9 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Artist and artisan exhibits

10 a.m.: Neveah Dancers

11 a.m.: Just Us Two

12 p.m.: Award winner announcements and local recorded musicians

1 p.m.: Mollyockett Chorus

2 p.m.: Terry Swett

3 p.m.: Brad Hooper

For more information, call 890-9399, or visit

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