This sounds like a fun event for the whole family!

The Exeter Arts and Music Fest Summer Fan Jam is happening this Saturday, July 17 from 11am - 6pm at the Swasey Parkway in Exeter.

There Will Be Lots To Do

Live Music, artist vendors, dancers, food, kids activities, even YOGA!

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There Are No Tickets, But They Are Asking for a Donation

They are asking for a $10 donation per person and $20 per family.

Any event that starts with yoga is my kind of event.  It's followed by a whole bunch of live music and dance.  Of course, people will get hungry, so there will be many food vendors like:

  • Cafe El Camino
  • Sweet Crunch Bakeshop
  • Vernon Family Farm
  • Cosmic Kettlecorn
  • Memories Ice Cream

We Have So Many Amazing Local Artists

There will be a ton of local artists showing off their work.  Think jewelry, pottery, digital art, painting with watercolors, etc., etc., the list goes on and on.  Local artists need our support, so if you are interested in that, bring your credit card. 

Here's a List of All the Artists

  • Crafted New England
  • Erin Marie Creations
  • Exeter Drum Works
  • Nicole Ellis Artist Tyler Doar Glass
  • Natasha Stoppel
  • Sal Terrae
  • Larry Provencher
  • Tamara Morris
  • Sharon Marston Art & Jewelry
  • Exeter Drum Works
  • New England Prints
  • Crystalline Harlot, H. Monique Designs
  • The Clay House Studio
  • Ruby Ribbon
  • Usborne Books
  • Country Farm Candles
  • Beachcombing Studios
  • Violette Acrylics
  • Keeva Davis Jewelry
  • Alexandra Pires Paintings
  • Party Crow Digital Art
  • Crystal and Crow Terrariums
  • Four Little Birds Art
  • Betsy Heron Design
  • Willow Road Watercolors
  • Button Up
  • Intuitive Works & Art
  • Art by Soraya
  • Topanga Canyon Vintage
  • Remembered Roots
  • Chas Duffy Scrimshaw
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