Corning enjoyed a fun-filled Saturday for it’s 10th Annual GlassFest celebration.
There was no shortage of smiles up and down Market Street.
Festival goers were happy to be part of the action, take in the scenery, and have a bite to eat.
“We’re just here to wandering around and see what we can eat,” said Erin Bunker.
For some it was the first time occupying a booth, Hands On Glass Studio’s Aaron Rovner Buck was appreciative to take part.
“This is actually our first year having a booth at GlassFest. It’s going pretty well. Everyone is having a good time.”
Others who are new to the area said they liked what they saw.
“It was our first time,” said Adam Chicas. “We just moved here. The excitement and everything else, it”s just amazing.”
GlassFest continues tonight with the outdoor glass show going on until 8 p.m at Centerway Square.
You can still enjoy the free “Rock The Park” concert at Centennial Park, where fireworks will follow at 9:45 p.m.