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Trillium Cove Spring Art Walk

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Judy Clark browses through some prints.

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  • Peter Mueller, Bud and Mary Grace McCaffery, Alica and Gary Bors stroll through the Trillium Cove Shopping Center during their spring Art Walk.
  • Judy Clark browses through some prints.
  • The Brollairs enjoy a day of artwork and unique shops at the Trillium Cove Art Walk. From left are Sarah Grace, Annella, Holden Brollair, Barbara  O’Reilly and Emme Brolliar.
  • Billy Reynolds keeps busy with a new wood carving during the Trillium Cove spring Art Walk.
  • Brenda Martell brought her work from her home in Nashville to the celebration of the arts at Trillium Cove.
  • Blake Hopper gets his fill from the crawfish boil at the Trillium Cove Art Walk.
  • Enjoying the crawfish for lunch are Dallas Crusenberry and Renee Grow Crusenberry.
  • Taking time to listen to some music by Pistol Creek Catch of the Day are Charles Salomone, Barbara O’Reilly and Holden Brollair.
  • Sarah Grace Brollair and Remy Rochelle are fascinated with the origami that Ayaka Ito is showing them at the Trillium Cove Art Walk.
  • Joe Barranger shows his son, Cap, how to peel a crawfish.
  • Enjoying their lunches are Susan Birdwell, Jim and Jan Barnes and Susan Anderton.
  • Cab and Ruthie Barranger find that crawfish heads can make great finger puppets.
  • Mike Shults shows off his handcrafted wooden toys.
  • Yoshi Inohara, Michiko MiYake and Yoko Tanaka take advantage of a great crowd to showcase the Japanese arts. Monies raised were donated to a fund for Japanese disaster victims.
  • Hanging out at the Trillium Cove Art Walk are Ashley and Mila Thresher, and Nathan and Neice Brooks.
  • Michael Nestor gets a mess of crawdads ready to cook.
  • Owen Rhodes is ready to play some music at the Trillium Cove Art Walk this spring.

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