VIDEO: Scenes From Saturday Night’s ‘Arts-A-Glow’ At Dottie Harper Park


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It was truly a magical setting Saturday night at Burien’s Dottie Harper Park, as hundreds showed up to attend the annual ‘Arts-A-Glow’ lantern festival and procession.

Publisher/Editor Scott Schaefer was there (along with Photographer Michael Brunk, whose pics will be posted soon), and he captured some of the magic on video, including Sarah Lovett’s amazing new Owl puppet, which lead the procession (music in the video is by Magical Strings; best viewing experience is full-screen at 720 or 1080 resolution):

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3 Responses to “VIDEO: Scenes From Saturday Night’s ‘Arts-A-Glow’ At Dottie Harper Park”
  1. Jeri Hiland says:

    We were visiting from Kansas City, MO and attended the Arts A-Glow celebration. We thought the whole event was unique, charming, magical and fun. We especially appreciated the balloon lights that illuminated the old pine trees. I thought it was special that it was family oriented. My daughter liked how the rabbits timidly approached the gathering. All in all we had a great time. Thank you to the organizers of this special event. Burien should be proud.

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  2. Rob says:

    It was a truly inspired event. Dottie Harper park looked enchanting- a perfect venue!
    Snaps and kudos to Gina Kallman and her crew for pulling it off another year. This cannot be an easy event to stage, and Ms. Kallman makes it look so effortless. The city should be proud to have such a dedicated and conscientious person on their staff!

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  3. Lucia says:

    That was magical! Thanks Scott for sharing!

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