Local artists and vendors flocked to Heritage Square in Granger on Saturday for the seventh annual Heritage Square Art Show.
The fair featured a wide variety of art, jewelry, accessories and food.
A culinary tent featuring Martin’s School of Cooking and other local bistros was a new addition to the show this year.
The art show is an opportunity to support the people and businesses of our area who make and create works of art.
“That's part of the fun of doing events like this, you reconnect with some artists that you've met and you get to meet new artists and we all have different mediums so that's always fun,” said local artist Bill Jensen.
All proceeds from the tent rentals went to support Saint Margaret’s House for Women and Children.