Art in the Park is planned for July 10 and 11 in Elko City Park.
ELKO -- Art in the Park is the top fundraiser held by the Elko County Art Club, according to Tess King, gallery director.
The weekend event brings in vendors from across the West. It will be held July 10-11 in the Elko City Park behind the Northeastern Nevada Museum. Booths are open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Numerous vendors come to sell their artwork and handmade crafts. Food vendors will also be present to keep everyone satisfied while shopping.
Proceeds from the event support the art club’s activities, gallery space and youth scholarship awards.
Local award-winning photographer Cynthia Delaney has unique pictures of Nevada exhibited through May at the Clearly Nevada Art Gallery.
The entire event is organized by volunteers, mostly dedicated club members.
National Basque Festival 2021:
National Basque Festival 2021
Colorful skirts are a familiar sight as Basque festivals.
Small children slide down the center white stripe of the Basque flag on the grounds of the Basque House.
Dancing in a Circle
Dancers parade around the dance stage during this year's Basque Festival.
Weight Used as a Perch
A young male dancer stands on top of a weightlifting ball to give him a visual advantage of ongoing events.
The crowd always enjoys the antics of the "little ones" as they perform a couple's dance.
A photo display shows different "arborglyphs" that former Basque herders carved on aspen trees in the region.
After Catholic Mass and a sheepherder's bread auction, locals and visitors enjoy a Basque picnic.
Everyone loves watching the Arinak Basque dancers.
Lost Dance Shoe
A lost dance shoe looks slightly out-of-place on its own.
Aitor Narvaiza, right, and two other Basque men pass along a 250-pound weight.
Male and female dancers weave themselves through handheld hoops.
The "lauburu" is a Basque symbol of country and unity.
Adults help "Joey" as he carries 50 pounds of weights down the weight path.