Ready, set, sizzle! You know that summers in full swing when the sun beats down on the Cherry Creek Arts Festival, a three-day crowd-burst that draws throngs of grubniks and arty-farty types to booth after booth of visual and performing artist exhibits; Chinese yoga, tai chi and Zumba on Fillmore Plaza; and a cultural pavilion that will help kick off the 2010 Biennial of the Americas.
Foodophiles can also fill their bellies along Culinary Avenue, a smorgasbord of 22 restaurants, sweet shops and caterers that includes Caribbean Cuisine, India House, Savory Saigon and Garbanzo Mediterranean Grill. Its the epicenter of cuisines from around the world, says Carol Hiller, culinary manager for the festival. The festival is free -- although food and drink are not. For all the details, visit www.cherryarts.org.
July 3-5, 2010