The 56th anniversary of the annual Sawdust Art and Craft Festival is underway in Laguna Beach, and Orange County residents have the chance to get into the festival free of charge, organizers said.

Orange County residents quality for free entry to Sawdust Art Festival one evening every week, with every area in the county having its own designated evening, the festival said on its Website.

According to the festival’s website, residents living in Dana Point get free entry to the Sawdust Art Festival every Sunday.

Residents living in South OC towns will get free entry to the festival between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. with proof of residence.

With free entry, residents will have access to handcrafted art by 162 Laguna Beach artists, three stages of live music, complimentary art classes, glassblowing, art demonstrations and a plethora of outdoor dining options and saloon offerings – all set in an eclectic, artisan-built village in Laguna Beach.

Sawdust Art and Craft Festival runs through Sunday, Aug. 28 and is located at 935 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach. For more information on tickets, artists and special events, visit the festival’s website.