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July 19, 2022


This may be a good idea or maybe not. The Art Fair brings people to Bush's Pasture Park (BPP), where both the Bush Barn and the Bush House are located. Both were open during the Art Fair so that Art Fair visitors could check them out. In fact, the Bush Barn has a wonderful exhibit on the Oregon White Oaks in BPP. The Bush House has a very important exhibit about immigrants to Oregon. Check them both out if you missed them. Personally, I love the tradition of having the Art Fair in BPP, but Salem Art Association should do what they think is best for the Art Fair, the artists and other participants, and Salemites -- And I'm sure they will.

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