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Scenes From Sunday's Bayonet Farm Arts & Music Festival in Holmdel

An absolutely gorgeous day brought glow to the artwork on display.

The Ninth Annual Bayonet Farm Arts & Music Festival played out on a flawless Fall day on Sunday at 41 Middletown Road. 

A Festival Board Member, Carol Beckenstein, said an estimated a record 700 children and adults came to roam the 240-acre grounds of the historic Harding estate, and partake of the numerous art activities and performances under the tents, in the red and grey barns, or on the grounds. 

There was a juried art competition and sale, an "En Plein Air" contest, and awards presentations. The Artist Reception was sponsored by Dearborn Market. 

Food was served up by Holmdel's Cracked Olive and the Holmdel Fire Company #1. 

Decorations were supplied by Bayshore Greenhouses of Holmdel. 

Corporate supporters were the Law office of Lawrence W. Luttrell and The Killian Firm, and the Festival Committee Board Members: Carol Beckenstein, Janet Berk, Zabel Miracle, Vicktoria Scotto-Lavino, Sede Spang and Katie Stone. 

Numerous adult and student volunteers contributed to the success of the day, including Phyllis Amenduri, Kyle Galante, Abbi Finch, Joanne Kelly and Mike Rauchwerk. 

Shannon Tang designed the festival logo. 

 

Add your photos to our gallery of the sights of the day. 

Carol Beckenstein September 28, 2012 at 04:17 PM
Thanks so much for writing this, Patch! This Arts and Music Festival was better than ever, as shown through the wonderful photos by Steve Strickland. Those of the Harding House interiors and the Celadon Youth are particularly great...especially the "action photo!"

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