All forms of art were represented Saturday in Panama City's McKenzie Park for the day of Arts in the Park.
It was the inaugural day for the fall festival where painters, musicians, sculptors, and even actors came out to celebrate their different forms of creative expression.
Admission was free; however, there was a $10 fee for the artist's booth. All the money collected is supporting the Bay County Council on Aging.
Also part of the money collected from the food vendor Gaston's Hideaway will benefit the council, too.
There has been a rumor the spring festival of the Arts in the Park will not happen next year. That is true, but the same folks who organized the event are working on a similar event for next spring.
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