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Art Fair Events Include Children's Activities, Food, Music

Here are five interesting things happening this weekend as part of the Saint Louis Art Fair in Clayton.

If you're looking for something to do in during the Saint Louis Art Fair this weekend, we've got the list for you. Check out these upcoming events, then stay tuned throughout the weekend as we bring you continuing coverage of the event. Plus, tell us what you'll be doing by posting a comment to the article. You can also share your photos on the Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch page on Facebook.

Download a copy of the 2011 Saint Louis Art Fair program from the city of Clayton's website.

EAT LOCAL FOOD
When/Where: Throughout the weekend in downtown Clayton
Why Go: A variety of Clayton restaurants are participating in the Art Fair, including in the , , , and .

LET THE KIDS GET CREATIVE
When/Where: Saturday and Sunday at South Central and Carondelet avenues
Why Go: Take your youngsters over to this part of downtown to create projects of their own, including recycled bottle art, personalized books and sun-catchers.

WALKING ON ART CHALK DRAWING CHALLENGE
When/Where: Throughout the weekend on the parking lot across from and the on South Meramec Avenue; 2 p.m. Sunday awards ceremony
Why Go: Watch throughout the weekend, then attend the awards ceremony

CATCH A BAND
When/Where: Throughout the weekend in downtown Clayton
Why Go: You'll find all kinds of music at the art fair, including The Sheldon Blues Quartet (2 to 3:30 p.m. Saturday), the St. Louis Wind Symphony (3:45 to 4:45 p.m. Saturday) and the River Blenders (2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Sunday). Come back to Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch on Friday for a complete rundown on musical acts at the Art Fair.

EXHIBIT A! ART AUCTION
When/Where: Friday through Sunday at 8101 Maryland Ave. (formerly Barucci Gallery)
Why Go: Check out sketches by architects, then bid as part of a silent auction. All proceeds go to St. Louis City-based Center of Creative Arts (COCA), which will use the money to fund arts programming for youth. , and s.

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