Libby’s 2019 Annual Irish Festival took place on March 10 and 11 at Asa Wood. People of every age and variety were there to shop, participate, sing or browse the local wares brought in by vendors. There was a wide variety of vendors including homemade crafts and flower arrangements done by Jessica Muntz, Milli Beal and her creative and inspiring Montana Forest Art, jams and jellies by the Lafond duo, Pete and Jennie, DoTerra, Mary Kay and craft tables for the kids which were provided by Libby Youth Center, just to name a few.
The children’s choir from Libby Elementary School rocked it on stage among many other talented musicians. After the kids were free from the stage, a line of them made their way to the creative face painting booth from Spirited Arts.
If success were deemed by attendance, this year’s Irish fair was as smashing success as it was jam packed at multiple times on both days.
Photos by Danielle Nason, The Montanian.