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Grand Summer Nights spotlights artists and stories

Second event of the year features art exhibits, Raven Narratives, music
Coddy Hengsc, left, and Trudy Erickson made fry bread for hungry passers-by at the Mancos Grand Summer Nights event on Saturday.
A horse-drawn carriage was a popular way to get around in downtown Mancos on Saturday during the Mancos Grand Summer Nights celebration.
Grand Summer Nights-goers enjoy painting and snacks at Artisans of Mancos. Artwork featured prominently at this month’s event.
Maddy St. Hilaire serenades passers-by with tunes during Saturday’s Mancos Grand Summer Nights.
Katherine Foster from Corvid Glass showcased her wares.
Wyatt Goodell demonstrates how to work the printing press at the Mancos Common Press. The official grand opening for the Common Press will be at the next Grand Summer Nights event on July 20.
Landscape artist and special guest Ralph Oberg unveiled his piece “Mountain Monarch” at the Veryl Goodnight Gallery.
The evening concluded at Fenceline Cider, where attendees enjoyed music and animal stories above a racing Mancos River.

Grand Summer Nights spotlights artists and stories

Coddy Hengsc, left, and Trudy Erickson made fry bread for hungry passers-by at the Mancos Grand Summer Nights event on Saturday.
A horse-drawn carriage was a popular way to get around in downtown Mancos on Saturday during the Mancos Grand Summer Nights celebration.
Grand Summer Nights-goers enjoy painting and snacks at Artisans of Mancos. Artwork featured prominently at this month’s event.
Maddy St. Hilaire serenades passers-by with tunes during Saturday’s Mancos Grand Summer Nights.
Katherine Foster from Corvid Glass showcased her wares.
Wyatt Goodell demonstrates how to work the printing press at the Mancos Common Press. The official grand opening for the Common Press will be at the next Grand Summer Nights event on July 20.
Landscape artist and special guest Ralph Oberg unveiled his piece “Mountain Monarch” at the Veryl Goodnight Gallery.
The evening concluded at Fenceline Cider, where attendees enjoyed music and animal stories above a racing Mancos River.
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