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Fine arts being celebrated at Toledo Botanical Gardens

TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

A Toledo tradition this weekend is celebrating 48 years of fine arts.

The Crosby Festival of the Arts opened on Saturday for a two day run at the Toledo Botanical Gardens.

218 artists have displayed paintings, glasswork, ceramics, wood and jewelry.

Over the years, the festival has become a prestigious event for artists.

"It's one of the finest and it has a reputation among festival goers and the artists as one of the top 100 festivals in the country," said Marna Cousino.

The festival continues on Sunday and admission is $8 for adults.

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