Chris Alvarado, Kyle LaMonica, Dannica Lowery, The Rips @ Art in the Park
Welcome in spring at the 11th annual Art in the Park held at WaterColor's Cerulean Park and Town Center on Saturday, March 19 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. WaterColor, located on Scenic Highway 30A, is the ideal backdrop for this open-air event where homeowners, visitors and locals are invited to spend the day exploring a wide spectrum of art, enjoying live music, socializing over a fun beverage and bite to eat or just relaxing in the park.
Art in the Park is one of our favorite events taking place every Spring in South Walton! It's relaxing and just a great scene in the WaterColor resort and beach town.
Artists from all over will showcase their works throughout the park and town center on Saturday. You'll find works of art from many gentres including paintings, charcoal, chalk, photography, glass, jewelry, custom furniture, pottery, wood and much more.
Art in the Park has become a favorite event for local and visiting artists. We love this art event as it is so convenient, plenty of parking, with plenty fo see and do throughout WaterColor - all an easy stroll from park to town center. What a beautiful time of year for art and music in one of the most beautiful settings in South Walton, Florida.
Live music all day with Chris Alvarado, Kyle LaMonica, Dannica Lowery, and The Rips.
Art in the Park is hosted by the WaterColor Community Association, and is free and open to the public. For more information, please email email@example.com.
Stop in and visit WaterColor Merchants for some of the best shopping around, have lunch at Wine World or have a respite in the Wine Bar.
After enjoying the festival, take a stroll around Western Lake and over the bridges - one of the best things to do in SoWal.
WaterColor is a popular South Walton coastal resort and beach town that eases into its natural surroundings with a uniquely Southern simplicity and grace. It cultivates a true sense of a place that is timeless, authentic and welcoming for everyone. Read more about the town of WaterColor in South Walton, FL.