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Art on the Avenue

An estimated 50,000 people took to the streets of Del Ray Oct. 6 for the 17th annual Art on the Avenue, one of Alexandria's premiere events and largest arts festivals in the mid-Atlantic region.

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Lucy, 6, and the 5-year-old twin sister duos of Sally and Kate and Samantha and ...

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Cheryl Taylor and Earl Dubin prepare to cast their vote with Deputy Deborah Vaughan in ...

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Shyia Clark's drawing of a lion finished first in the public voting for the best ...

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Festival goers browse the booths lining Mount Vernon Avenue Oct. 6 during the annual Art ...

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Happy Tart baker Ben Snyder, Realtor Bobi Bomar and Sheriff Dana Lawhorne pose for a ...

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It was slim pickings for judge Bobi Bomar after Sheriff Dana Lawhorne took first dibs ...

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Artfully Chocolate owner Eric Nelson, left, visits with customers Cathy Tarpley and Scott Batky. Nelson ...

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Pie contest youth winners Kaia Johnson, 13, and Reagan Feld, 10, pose with judges Ben ...

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Pies are on display for the 8th annual pie contest, which served as a fundraiser ...

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Pie contest judges Ben Snyder (the baker at The Happy Tart), Bobi Bomar (Homes of ...

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Lisa Schumaier gets a kiss from her husband Brian.

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Michael Heilman displays a selection of his original hand-hooked rugs.

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Forum One had lines of children waiting for a chance to make a card of ...

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Sweater designer Tammy Meck of Abbey Rose and her daughter Abbey Rose traveled from California ...

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Students from the Boyle School of Irish Dance perform with the Irish Breakfast Band.

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Caroline and Sarah Schie dance with students of the Choreographers Collaborative Project at the Mount ...

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Boatbuilding was underway at the Alexandria Seaport Foundation’s booth in the Kid’s Art Korner.

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Mary Ellis Fannon’s granddaughter Catherine waits for her sail and mast to be retrieved before ...

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Quinn and Kimberly Davis work on stuffing the arms of a soon-to-be scarecrow.

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Artist Tommy S. Grieco works on a new piece at the fair.

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Barton Hatcher poses with one of his paintings at the “Art For the South” booth.

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First grader Lillian painted the signature school caboose for the Mount Vernon School both display.

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