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HarborArts Fest Wrap-Up

Our new favorite band, Little War Twins, rocked the stage!
 A fabulous sculpture by our good friends, the !nd!v!duals, greeting people at the entrance.
A tiny Tofu Squirrel, showing off one of her owl prints!
 Another fabulous sculpture by our good friends, the !nd!v!duals, greeting people at the entrance.
Our friends Brendan and Zack at the RedHotBox tent.
Zack and Mary were taking photos and videos of the festival throughout the day.
 Our friend Gabe Holm at his tent. He runs Thuro in Brookline,
and screen prints a lot of his merch himself!
 A gorgeous sculpture at the entrance of the festival.
Vendors packed up while the sun set.
 The day was a success and everyone had a great time.  We were so lucky to have such nice weather too!  We will be posting the video from RedHotBox studios once it is available.  Stay tuned!


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