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Festival of Arts decorates Downtown Summerlin in Las Vegas

Crowds of people checked out art displays and enjoyed live entertainment Saturday at the 23rd annual Summerlin Festival of Arts.

The free event, which continues Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the Lawn in Downtown Summerlin, features artwork for sale by 100 artists, live music, entertainers, children’s activities and food.

For more information, visit www.summerlin.com/FestivalOfArts.

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