Carol Percy Kim Anh, 25, Sheridan, nail artist
I would go, yes. It’d just be fun and Lincoln needs more art activities.
Carol Percy Carolyn Fava, 75, retired
I’d absolutely go. I love this town and I’m a history buff. No matter where the show is, I’d go because it’s been here since I was a kid and because the Clayfest event supports this town.
Carol Percy Al Holland, 64, Wheatland, owner, Lincoln City Barbershop
Yes because it’s part of the community and it gives Lincoln some positive identity. It reflects our heritage.
Carol Percy Jason Marler, 38, Whistle Stop Café owner
Maybe, yeah I would go. Sounds like fun and it’s good for Lincoln.
Carol Percy Frances Swanson, 79, retired
Possibly I’d go because the art’s fascinating to see and the show is part of Lincoln’s history.
Carol Percy Jack Swanson, 78, retired
Oh yeah, sure I’d like to see it and we’ve seen the Gladding, McBean show a number of times so this will be something different.
Asked Tuesday by Carol R. Percy in downtown Lincoln