Purgatory Creek Park in Eden Prairie was abuzz on a sweltering Saturday as more than 85 artists and vendors converged for the largest Arts in the Park event to date, transforming the locale into a bustling hub of creativity.
The event attracted a large crowd eager to explore a wide array of offerings, from artwork and unique clothing to homemade beauty products, artisan foods and more.
Attendees not only shopped for unique items and indulged in a variety of gastronomic delights. Confirmed food trucks such as D&D Goodies, Deep Roots Concessions and Rollin’ Nolen’s BBQ catered to diverse palates. And for those craving something cold, Ice Cream Princess offered a sweet escape from the heat.
Music echoed throughout the park, with performances by Kashimana, Allergen, and the seventh annual Eden Prairie Sings! amateur vocal competition adding to the festival’s vibrant ambiance.
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