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Alapocas Run State Park
2014 Pawpaw Festival
Saturday, August 23, 2014
Blue Ball Barn at Alapocas Run State Park (map)
About the Festival
Join us for a family-friendly day of fun-filled activities, including music, storytelling, folk art, and food.
The star of the festival is one of Delaware’s native trees, the Pawpaw! Alapocas Run State Park has the perfect habitat for the Pawpaw tree, the single food source for the caterpillars of the gorgeous Zebra swallowtail butterfly.
If you are a local folk artist, the Pawpaw Folk Festival is an exciting way to spend a summer day and get your work seen by the public. Folk artists that we usually look for include, but are not limited to: woodcarving, weaving, basket-making, painting, photography, jewelry-making, quilting, pottery and artwork made from natural or recycled materials.
To learn more about how to show at the festival, download the 2014 Pawpaw Folk Festival Application.
Pawpaw Folk Festival Call to Artists:
2014 Festival Artwork
We are looking for a creative new folk art piece to be used for our promotional posters and flyers! Submissions will be accepted from January 1 through March 31.
To learn more about how to submit your work, download the Pawpaw Call to Artists pdf.
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