2003-09-26 / Community

RMAC Festival Draws Crowds For Food and Fine Art

RMAC Festival Draws Crowds For Food and Fine Art


The petting zoo was the first stop for many of those who attended the festival and had children in tow.The petting zoo was the first stop for many of those who attended the festival and had children in tow.
The King’s Chorus from Brooklyn entertained the crowd both Saturday and Sunday.The King’s Chorus from Brooklyn entertained the crowd both Saturday and Sunday.Children had many chances to make and decorate craft projects.Children had many chances to make and decorate craft projects.

Walter Roberts (left) once again served as the voice of the festival. Here, he speaks with State Senator Malcolm Smith and a member of his staff.Walter Roberts (left) once again served as the voice of the festival. Here, he speaks with State Senator Malcolm Smith and a member of his staff.Potter Susan Locke with some of here wares. Locke is also the publisher of The Wave.Potter Susan Locke with some of here wares. Locke is also the publisher of The Wave.

The Mariachi Band was once again a big hit.The Mariachi Band was once again a big hit.Former Rockaway resident Richie Mann looks over some gourds for sale.Former Rockaway resident Richie Mann looks over some gourds for sale.

Fran Mann and a young charge look to buy some paintable cookies.Fran Mann and a young charge look to buy some paintable cookies.Rockaway resident Ryan Schwach works on a crafts project.Rockaway resident Ryan Schwach works on a crafts project.

Local watercolorist Arlene Cornell was an award-winner.Local watercolorist Arlene Cornell was an award-winner.Artist and author Steve Yaeger with one of his works.Artist and author Steve Yaeger with one of his works.

Face Painting was popular with young and old alike.Face Painting was popular with young and old alike.

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