WATCH: Residents flock to 32nd annual Moss Street paint-in

Residents enjoy the 32nd Annual TD Art Gallery Paint-In on Moss Street. (Photos by Jessica Williamson/News Staff)
Residents enjoy the 32nd Annual TD Art Gallery Paint-In on Moss Street. (Photos by Jessica Williamson/News Staff)
Residents enjoy the 32nd Annual TD Art Gallery Paint-In on Moss Street. (Photos by Jessica Williamson/News Staff)
Residents enjoy the 32nd Annual TD Art Gallery Paint-In on Moss Street. (Photos by Jessica Williamson/News Staff)
Residents enjoy the 32nd Annual TD Art Gallery Paint-In on Moss Street. (Photos by Jessica Williamson/News Staff)
Residents enjoy the 32nd Annual TD Art Gallery Paint-In on Moss Street. (Photos by Jessica Williamson/News Staff)

More than 190 artists transformed Moss Street between Fort Street and Dallas Road for the 32nd Annual TD Art Gallery Paint-In on Saturday.

Filled with family-friendly activities, food trucks, music, and of course, lots of art, residents flocked to the area to take part.

READ MORE: Artist gains and growing pains for 32nd annual Paint-In


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