Main Street Muskogee Art Crawl Set for September 9

For amazing artwork of all kinds, visit Muskogee’s 2nd annual Art Crawl on Saturday, September 9, from 12-7 p.m. Main Street will enthrall you with vendors offering everything from artistic works on canvas, in iron, wood and leather. There will be artists, bakers, florists, jewelry makers, musicians, photographers, food trucks and more, according to organizers.
            “We have dozens of artists lined up plus live musicians, food trucks, and kids’ activities,” said Ashley Wilbourn, Muskogee director of tourism.
            “Last year was an enormous success for both vendors and attendees, so we are bringing it back. We had 30 vendors and about 500 attendees, so this year we’ve extended it into an all-day event (12-7) and will be blocking off South Main Street to accommodate vendors and visitors.
            “Some of the attractions so far include face painting, a live spray painter, wooden furniture, glass yard décor, jewelry, canvas artists, photographers, unique graphic tees, amateur and professional canvas artists, essential oils, and we are expecting many more.”
             The event is still accepting vendor forms through September 5th, and the fee is $25. More information can be found on the Muskogee Art Crawl Facebook page.
            “We are so excited to be bringing a successful event back to Main Street this year. Promoting a sense of community pride and a family friendly atmosphere are our mission,” Wilbourn said.
          For questions or further information, please contact: Nick Wilks (254) 458-7399 or and Ashley Wilbourn at  (918) 869-3785 or

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