• John McDaniel, Midway Correspondant

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One of Midway’s most well-known events, the Francisco’s Farm Art Fair, took pace this weekend on the Midway University Campus. Last year’s event had periods of rain and this year’s event wasn’t much different. The fair is in its 15th year.

This year’s fair was a little smaller than in past years, but it still featured many interesting exhibits, including works from painters, potters, jewelers, sculptors and musicians. This year featured a children’s art display including paintings, drawings, with different mediums and subject matter.

While the fair was taking place on campus, downtown Midway shops and restaurants had a really busy weekend. Despite the rain, there were a hundred or so in different groups who brought their bicycles and enjoyed riding much of the day.

Another something new added this year was music downtown in Midway - the after-celebration of the first day of Francisco’s Farm Art Fair! Dashboard Mary played, West 6th Brewery sold beer and Railroad Drug sold Bluebell ice cream. It was a great weekend atmosphere!

The Next free Community Dinner will be this Monday at Midway Christian Church at 6:30 p.m.

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