SLIDE SHOW: Harrison Festival of the Arts

The 36th annual Harrison Festival of the Arts took place at Harrison Hot Springs July 12 to 20.

Jamie Maschler on the accordion moves with the music while playing Brazilian tunes with her band En Canto during one of Saturday's beach performances at the Harrison Festival of the Arts.



The 36th annual Harrison Festival of the Arts took place at Harrison Hot Springs July 12 to 20, 2014.

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