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In Photos: Anchor Bay Becomes Makeshift Art Gallery

Despite heat, shoppers come out for arts, music and treats in New Baltimore.

in New Baltimore was transformed into a gallery of artful delights Saturday for the Second Annual Art on the Bay festival.

The festival continues from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. The New Baltimore Downtown District Authority event featured rows of white tents that showcased art of all mediums for sale, festival food and free musical entertainment.

Melissa Henry, 36 of New Baltimore, was one of the vendors who set up shop. Her company is Liv 2 Be Mod and she makes items, such as coloring book bags and portfolios to hold school supplies or toys.

"I live locally and support the community," Henry said.

She said the event was really good and loved seeing the other artists and musical acts.

Taylor Cavender, 10 of New Baltimore, got personalized merchandise at the festival.

"I got an oak frame with my name carved into it," Taylor said.

Representatives from the Detroit Institute of Arts were also on hand to give information on the museum.

Additionally, the is held from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday off Washington St. in the city's downtown next to the . Meanwhile, will hold a free session at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Burke Park.

For more information on the festival, visit www.artonthebay.com.

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