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Tens Of Thousands Of People Enjoy Art Saturday

September 10, 2011, 6:30 PM

Tens Of Thousands Of People Enjoy Art Saturday
SIOUX FALLS, SD - If you walked anywhere in downtown Sioux Falls Saturday, you probably saw a lot of foot traffic for the annual Sidewalk Arts Festival.

Tens of thousands showed up to the event to look at some of the newest trends in art. And those who've been coming to the festival year after year enjoy seeing things both old and new.

"I usually come down every year, I have a small Arts and Crafts business of my own so I like to see just what's out there and kind of see what's new," Jaime Whiteing said.

More than 200 booths were set up in downtown Sioux Falls.

The free event was a fundraiser for the Visual Arts Center of the Washington Pavilion.

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