Even if this is the final Bele Chere, the arts, crafts and wares for sale are as good as ever. Shop on Haywood and College Streets; Patton, Battery Park and Biltmore Avenues; and in the Art Park on Patton Avenue.
Owl Wall art from Folk Funk & Whimsey on College Street.
Window vases from Visionary Glass Arts located in the Art Park.
Painting by Galina Herndon in the Art Park.
Watches by Mistura in the Art Park.
Embellished straw hat by Chapeau by Simone on Biltmore Avenue.
Bracelet by Recycled Guitar String Jewelry on Biltmore Avenue.
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