Last weekend was devoted to the arts with two events drawing thousands of people to Geauga County. The 39th annual Chardon Arts Festival at Chardon Square, in conjunction with the Nature Arts Festival at nearby Big Creek Park, part of the Geauga Park District, featured more than 100 artists both local and out of state. The park fest featured nature-inspired works, including paintings, crafts and jewelry.

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