PHOTOS: Soupstock fun in Shelton from music to food to Frisbee

The annual Soupstock music and arts festival brought a mixture of a mixture of arts, culture and cuisine — combined with a bohemian touch — to Shelton’s Riverwalk on June 20 and 21. (Photos by Brad Durrell)

Sipping soup at the festival from left are Mia Carey, 7; Lila Carey, 5; Andrew Osso, 7; and Justin Osso, 5, all of Shelton.

Sipping soup at the festival from left are Mia Carey, 7; Lila Carey, 5; Andrew Osso, 7; and Justin Osso, 5, all of Shelton.

In addition to live music, the event included art competitions and displays, soup and chili cook-offs, food and other vendors, and children’s activities.

Youngsters try to catch a Frisbee thrown by a Shelton High robotics team robot.

Youngsters try to catch a Frisbee thrown by a Shelton High robotics team robot.

 

Proceeds benefit the nonprofit Mary A. Schmecker Turtle Shell Fund, which promotes the arts among young people in the Valley.

 

Soupstock organizers Michele and Fred Bialek of Shelton.

Soupstock organizers Michele and Fred Bialek of Shelton.

 

A marching band kicks off the event with a parade through the Soupstock festival grounds.

A marching band kicks off the event with a parade through the Soupstock festival grounds.

 

 

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