Local artists show crafts in Sumner

Local artists may submit their handmade work to the Sumner Meadows Art and Garden Show, occurring at the Sumner Meadows Golf Links on June 13.

Local artists may submit their handmade work to the Sumner Meadows Art and Garden Show, occurring at the Sumner Meadows Golf Links on June 13.

For $20 an artist reserves one of 20 booths in the banquet tent at the golf course. Seventy five percent of artists’ proceeds go toward the Sumner Family Center.

A sign-up sheet for artists is available online at the city of Sumner Web site, www.ci.sumner.wa.us.

Event organizer and Sumner City Council member Cindi Hochstatter said she is hoping the show will become an annual event.

“We’ve always wanted to have something that had artists and fine art,” Hochstatter said.

Sumner Meadows Golf Links is located at 14802 Golf Links Dr.

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