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Cyrus Shafizadeh, 6, seems deep in thought as he contemplates his next pencil strokes at the hands-on art exhibit at Danville's Art in the Park on Sunday.

The 10th annual festival took place last weekend, a chance to see artists' work, some as it was being created. The event was sponsored by the Alamo Danville Artists' Society and the town, benefiting art programs in the schools.

— Geoff Gillette

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