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Wausau East's annual arts festival set for May 22

C.A.F.E. features art, music, food and more

10:28 AM, May 8, 2013  |  Comments
Wausau East High School fills its hallways with students' art as well as spectators Tuesday during the school's Cultural Arts Festival at East (C.A.F.E.). The event provides students, teachers, families and community members the opportunity to see a showcase of student artwork.
Wausau East High School fills its hallways with students' art as well as spectators Tuesday during the school's Cultural Arts Festival at East (C.A.F.E.). The event provides students, teachers, families and community members the opportunity to see a showcase of student artwork.
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Art, music, plants, food and more will be part of the 21st Cultural Arts Festival at East, or C.A.F.E, set for 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on May 22, at Wausau East High School, 2607 N 18th St.

Art students fill the commons and auditorium with their work, including paintings, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry and drawings and design. Every student taking an art course will have something on display, and many sit with their work to greet visitors and answer questions about their work.

C.A.F.E. also features choral and musical performances throughout the evening from the school's band, orchestra and choir. Students from the schools language and family and consumer education departments and the Youth Culture Club will serve a variety of ethnic foods, with proceeds donated to student scholarships and programs.

The technology education department also will hold an open house that will include a chance to test drive a new Dodge car, peruse student projects and to buy vegetables and flowering plants in the greenhouse.

For more information, call the school at 715-261-0650.

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