By Kristen Johanson

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It’s the 26th annual Manayunk Arts Festival and people from all over swarmed Main Street Saturday for Day 1 of the event.

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More than 300 artists, jewelry makers, woodworkers and more set up tents and lined the street with their art.

Artist Harry Davis came all the way from North Carolina to sell his work.

“It’s been hot, humid, but it hasn’t rained,” he tells KYW Newsradio, “and lots of nice people, nice crowds.”

Harry Davis at the Manayunk Arts Festival. (Credit Kristen Johanson)

Harry Davis at the Manayunk Arts Festival. (Credit Kristen Johanson)

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He says sales haven’t been great, but he isn’t worried:

“It’s the name of the game, but hey, tomorrow is another day, so we will see.”

Patty Kolodi says this was her first time at the festival:

“So far I got a decorated spoon, hand-made for like little nuts and toppings, and the lady makes the glass herself.”

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The festival continues from noon to 7 p.m. on Father’s Day.