Lancaster shows off its creativity with Spring Artwalk

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LANCASTER, Pa. -- Artists displayed their crafts in Lancaster this weekend as the city held its annual Spring Artwalk.

Painters, jewelry makers, woodworkers and more held demonstrations at "Building Character" on the 300-block of North Queen Street.

Artists who took part say it's a great way to get everyone's creative juices flowing.

Sandra Krasnai, owner of Sandracycled says, "Artwalk is a great way to give people inspiration and maybe if they can't quite do it themselves they might enjoy what we do enough to bring it home with them."

Artwalk has a long history in the city of Lancaster, the first event was held in 1965.

If you didn't get a chance to attend Artwalk this time around, another event will be held in October.

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