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Let Them Eat Art 2011 

Maplewood was alive with creativity during the annual Let Them Eat Art festival. There were local artists and musicians set up at various businesses all around the neighborhood. Many people came out that night to enjoy the weather and the festivities. Photos by Crystal Rolfe.
Little Bob takes a break to play with one of the handmade tops.
The Boney Goat Band kept everyone happy at the park.
Tommy Halloran plays for the patrons at Foundation Grounds.
Artist Phil Jarvis works on his latest piece at Kakao Chocolate.
Jess is mixing chocolate to get the hot cocoa samples ready at Kakao Chocolate.
Flo-Rette shows off her new do.
Artist Elle Emme Gee works on her painting.
Amber Watkins from STL Hoop Club shows off some of her moves.
Amber Watkins and Kyle Struharik from STL Hoop Club.
Katerina enjoying her BBQ chicken flatbread from Water Street Cafe.
Artist Rachel Plank displays some of her silk screened prints for sale.
Kevin Bilchik keeps the crowd entertained at Schlafly Bottleworks on the patio.
Eric Woods and Matty Kleinberg from The Firecracker Press at Schlafly Bottleworks.
Brian DeSmet and Truck Farm St. Louis shows us that you really can grow food anywhere.
Norma Maret Bolin of St. Louis Transitions.
The girls of Bouffant Daddy, Flo Rette, Nadine, Gerty and Stella.
Artist Jeff Kapfer works on his pelican painting.
Jennifer showing some of the beautiful bibs made by the women of Florai.
Some of the volunteers at the Art for Joplin booth.
Too-Me and Indie Nombrilou getting ready for their show at Jumpin' Jupiter.
Some of the crowd in the park area.
Phoenix and Isaac enjoying a treat from the Fire and Ice Cream stand.
Pairabelles artist, Mary Hummert.
Artist Just Liv and friend.
Some of the wares from Beqi Clothing.
Artist Tim Wagner and his newest painting.
Genevieve Esson holding her mermaid painting.
Cindy Royal showing her paper pulp art.
Jason and Karen in her "Summer in Versailles" costume.
Bottom Up Blues Gang were jammin' at The Red Lion.
Jennifer was selling corn dogs in a Tiki stand at Boogaloo.
The dancers of Tandava Tribal belly dance.
Brad Finkeldei in his goofy bunny suit.
Julie with her winning costume.
Ras Tree and Ta of Aboriginal Bling Blam jewelry.
Travis Thorne, Rachael Wurth, Michelle Schaeffer and Amber Watkins of the St. Louis Hoop Club.
Artist Jennifer Hayes with her newest painting.
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Little Bob takes a break to play with one of the handmade tops.
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