CORVALLIS, Ore. — Despite the soggy weather, the show will still go on this weekend at the Corvallis Fall Festival.
It’s the 41st year of the music and arts event at Central Park.
Organizers say each artist has a tent, so even if it’s raining you’ll still have some shelter.
If you go to the free event, you’ll see paintings, ceramics, glass pieces, jewelry and fiber arts. But the festival also celebrates art in all forms….singing..dancing…and yes…food…wine….cider and spirits!
“It’s about community, and it’s about enjoying beautiful art. It’s about bringing art into your life; the community getting together and celebrating art,” said artist Jan Roberts-Dominquez.
The festival kicks off Saturday at 10 a.m. and runs all day Saturday and Sunday.