Hundreds of art-lovers flocked to the cordoned-off streets of Cherry Creek North over the Fourth of July weekend for the 25th annual Cherry Creek Arts Festival, which featured work by 260 artists in thirteen media categories, as well as live music, eats and hands-on art activities for all all ages. Photographer Ken Hamblin captured the experience; a sampling of his images follows.
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