Numbers have grown over 200, bringing the total to 1,600 entries. The Superintendent of the event, Shannon Templin, says that can attributed to the good weather and area schools submitting their works of art.
Entries were evaluated by a panel of judges, the top will be receiving ribbons and a few other prizes.
Categories included everything from clothing to food, hobbies, and more. Templin says the most popular category this year was photography.