Look who we found at Stray at Home! Glass artist Elizabeth Robinson was one of many who made their way just across the border to hear Americana music and see regional artists who set up shop at the Mississippi Ag Museum. “It’s so good to see folks come over and support this, especially with the move,” she said. Robinson was speaking of the decision to move the fest (a good one) due to on and off rain showers that plagued the day. Still, a steady turnout and some sunshine helped organizers call it a success. Mary Claire Primos, the festival chair, was ecstatic. “We weren’t so sure what we’d face, but this has turned out to be a nice day! We plan to do another festival like this soon.”
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