<strong>LOGAN—</strong> It may be covered with white right now, but between June 13-15 the Logan Tabernacle will turn into a sea of green, where high quality art, food, and entertainment will draw thousands of visitors of all ages.
This summer is the 30th anniversary of the Summerfest Arts fair, and Debbie Ditton, Summerfest’s new Executive Director, said it will be an exciting celebration. On KVNU’s Crosstalk show Tuesday, Ditton said something new this year will be an outreach event at the Senior Center.
“We’re bringing Casey McGill, he’s an artist from Seattle, a musician, and just sings a delightful mix of music – the ‘20s, ‘30s, ‘40s, ‘50s, lots of great generational music,” Ditton said. “He plays the piano, plays a couple of other instruments, so we’re going to bring him to the Senior Center the day before.”
Ditton said there is no charge for Summerfest, which is partially funded by the Cache County RAPZ Tax.