Saturday, April 27, 2013
My favorite street performer was the "living fountain". Accompanied by classical music, she slowly and gracefully posed with the fountains of water.
Naturally the street was full of entertainment like acrobats, musicians, costumed actors, Rockin Robot, animated dinosaurs and amusement rides.
Sunday, April 21, 2013
At least six varieties of wildflowers were growing in the grass along the path's from the Stone House to the Museum. The rock garden and stone planter had plenty of colorful spring flowers too.
The museum and planetarium have a nice collection of cherry trees too which were full of blooms.
Sunday, April 14, 2013
Ideally, the hundreds of cherry and magnolia trees will be in bloom making the setting surreal and spectacular.
With the blossoms at peak and temps in the 60's, people swarmed the venue for a taste of Japanese culture and entertainment.
I believe the festival crowds exceeded all expectations, especially for food vendors, which were literally running out by mid afternoon. (Note to self, bring extra water and a picnic lunch next year.)
Saturday, April 13, 2013
A must see for any green thumb and flower admirer.
Saturday, April 6, 2013
Some of the galleries in Lancaster are actually the workspace of the artist as well. This artist happened to be painting while she was tending her gallery.
Lancaster offers a broad variety of artists, making it a very popular destination for art enthusiasts on monthly First Friday's and their seasonal weekend ArtWalks.
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