November 25, 2014

Medina
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PHOTOS: An Affair on the Square draws quite the crowd

Sunny skies and not-too-hot temperatures Sunday drew plenty of folks to An Affair on the Square, the arts and crafts festival on Medina’s historic Public Square.

Leah Medley, 5, of Medina, sits still while facepaint artist Lori Jaryga adds the finishing touches. Jaryga, of Parma Heights, was one of dozens of artisans at An Affair on the Square festival Sunday on Medina’s Public Square. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)

Leah Medley, 5, of Medina, sits still while facepaint artist Lori Jaryga adds the finishing touches. Jaryga, of Parma Heights, was one of dozens of artisans at An Affair on the Square festival Sunday on Medina’s Public Square. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)

Brunswick’s Danimal Clown — yes, that’s his name — shows off his balloon sculpture skills to 4-year-old Margret Oram-Jacobs, of Akron, at the festival. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)

Brunswick’s Danimal Clown — yes, that’s his name — shows off his balloon sculpture skills to 4-year-old Margret Oram-Jacobs, of Akron, at the festival. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)

Sunny skies and not-too-hot temperatures Sunday drew plenty of folks to An Affair on the Square, the arts and crafts festival on Medina's historic Public Square. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)

(DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)

Wallace Coleman and his blues harmonica provide the Sunday afternoon entertainment to An Affair on the Square, the arts and crafts festival on Medina’s Public Square. Band members are, from left, John Lucic, Vernon Jones, George Lee and Mike Modlin. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)

Wallace Coleman and his blues harmonica provide the Sunday afternoon entertainment to An Affair on the Square, the arts and crafts festival on Medina’s Public Square. Band members are, from left, John Lucic, Vernon Jones, George Lee and Mike Modlin. (DAVID KNOX / GAZETTE)