The welcome mat is out at the beautiful Logan Tabernacle grounds where the Summerfest Art Fair opened today and continues through Saturday. Executive director Debbie Ditton said the 30th anniversary of Summerfest is expected to draw more people than ever because of the quality of the artists, along with the food, music and childrens activities.
On <a href=”http://610kvnu.com/assets/podcaster/328/2013_06_06_328_11459_2867.mp3″ target=”_blank”>KVNU’s Crosstalk show last week</a>, Ditton said parking could get complicated.
“We are excited to again partner with the Cache Valley transit district to be able to run buses to Summerfest,” Ditton said. “This year we’ve added one new bus. You can park over in the Logan High School parking lots and we’ll have a bus that will run from there right to Summerfest as well. They are doing construction at the transit center.”
Ditton said those attending will have to park either across the street from the center at the LDS church on 500 North, or she said you are welcome to ride your bikes although bikes are not allowed on Tabernacle Square.