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ARTS FESTIVAL WILL END TODAY; HERE'S A SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Today is the last day to join in the festivities at the 14th annual Utah Arts Festival at the Triad Center, 400 W. South Temple. Admission is $4 for adults, $2 for senior citizens and $1 for children. The festival features food, activities for children, live music, dance and comedy performers and more than 80 arts-and-crafts booths.

Here is a list of scheduled activities:

-Noon-1:00 - BoxCar Kids - Plaza Stage

-Noon-1:00 - Utah Media Arts short film and video - Festi-Live

-Noon-2:00 - George Knowlden/Beadwork - Demonstrating Artists' Stage

-Noon-3:00 - Act-A-Book - Children's Art Yard

-Noon-4:00 - Create tropical fish - Children's Art Yard

-Noon-5:00 - Parent Express Tent - Children's Art Yard

-Noon-6:00 - Face painting - Children's Art Yard

-Noon-6:00 - Exhibition 1990: Contemporary works on paper - Up Depot

-12:30-1:30 - Junior Bachauer finalists - Amphitheater Stage

-1:00-1:30 - Salt Lake Acting Company's "Big Foot Stole My Wife," Festi-Live

-1:00-2:00 - Robert Firmage - Literary Arts Booth

-1:30-2:30 - The Id - Plaza Stage

-2:00-3:00 - Storytelling by June Miller - Children's Art Yard

-2:00-3:00 - Ivy Ruckman - Literary Arts Booth

-2:00-3:00 - Beth McIntosh - Amphitheater Stage

-2:00-4:00 - Barbera Mall/Ceramics - Demonstrating Artists' Stage

-3:00-3:45 - Storytelling by Joan Nabors - Children's Art Yard

-3:00-4:00 - Exhibition 1990 Gallery talk by John Ericson - Up Depot

-3:00-4:00 - Bel Airs - Plaza Stage

-3:30-4:30 - Kairo by Night - Amphitheater Stage

-4:00-4:45 - Head Games - Festi-Live

-5:00-6:00 - Pauline Mortensen - Literary Arts Booth

-5:00-6:00 - Renaissance Chamber Ensemble