FALLASBURG ARTS FESTIVAL
Sep
15
to Sep 16

FALLASBURG ARTS FESTIVAL

Saturday Sept 15 & Sunday Sept 16, 10am-5pm

Lowell Arts invites you to the 50th annual, 2-day festival held in picturesque Fallasburg Park, located approximately 20 miles east of Grand Rapids in Lowell, MI. The event features 100 unique fine art and fine craft booths, food booths, children's craft area, craft demonstrations, and music performed on an outdoor stage. Annual attendance estimates are 25,000.

Our annual two-day festival located at Fallasburg Park features 100 juried fine art and fine craft booths, artist demonstrations, art activities for children, musicians, and non-profit food vendors.

https://www.lowellartsmi.org/fallasburg-arts-festival

 

 

 

 

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CHAUTAUQUA-WAWASEE'S FINE ARTS FESTIVAL
Aug
25
10:00 AM10:00

CHAUTAUQUA-WAWASEE'S FINE ARTS FESTIVAL

Chautauqua-Wawasee’s Fine Arts Festival at Oakwood Resort highlights the power of Fine Art and its ability to evoke emotions from one’s soul and helps us see the world from a different perspective. This annual family-friendly event brings artists from around the area and gives the lake community the opportunity to experience Fine Art in an up-close and personal, yet casual outdoor setting. Along with local Fine Artists and upscale artisans, attendees can enjoy music, fare from local food trucks, wine, and  kid’s craft activities, as well as take in the view of Oakwood Resort’s beautiful setting alongside Indiana’s largest natural lake; Lake Wawasee.

Come out to Oakwood Resort in Syracuse, IN, on Saturday, August 25th from 10am to 3pm and be immersed in the beauty of art and its surroundings.  To quote John Ruskin: “Fine art is that in which the hand, the head and the heart of man go together.”

http://www.chautauquawawasee.org/oakwood-fine-arts-festival/

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COAST GUARD CRAFT FAIR
Aug
3
9:00 AM09:00

COAST GUARD CRAFT FAIR

  • 421 Columbus Avenue Grand Haven, MI, 49417 United States (map)
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Friday August 3, 2018 9:00 am - 7:00 pm  and Saturday August 4, 2018 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Coast Guard Craft Fair has been a staple in the Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival for over 50 years, bringing crafters from around the country to Grand Haven to showcase their homemade products to attendees who look forward to the Craft Fair year after year.

The Coast Guard Craft Fair is held in conjunction with the Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival, and takes place the first weekend in August. Over 170 crafters from around the state and nation set up their handmade products in Central Park, downtown Grand Haven for the two day show.

Admission: FREE

For more information visit: email: msherman@grandhaven.org or phone: 616-842-4910 or visit: http://grandhavenchamber.org/coast-guard-craft-fair/

 

 

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LAKESHORE ART FESTIVAL
Jul
6
to Jul 7

LAKESHORE ART FESTIVAL

  • Downtown Muskegon Muskegon, MI (map)
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July 6, 10am-8pm & July 7, 10am-6pm

Lakeshore Art Festival features a unique blend of fine art, crafts, music, food, and fun in beautiful Downtown Muskegon, Michigan. Experience over 300 juried fine art and specialty craft exhibitors, children's activities, specialty food items, street performers, multiple interactive art stations, Chalk-The-Walk, Opening Doors To Possibilities, Kayak Sculptures and so much more!

Extended Festival Footprint - A record number of nearly 450 exhibitors applied for this year’s Lakeshore Art Festival. In order to accommodate the increased numbers, two new streets will be added to the show. The new streets will allow for up to 195 total handcrafted booths and a few new features, to be announced at a later date. Fine Art in Hackley Park will also see an increase of total booth spaces with 157 booths, filling every possible space in the park.

•Kayak Sculpture Project - Several local and regional artists are participating in the first ever Kayak Sculpture Project. The project will be a display of awe-inspiring visual art utilizing kayak's made by Muskegon's own global leader in kayak manufacturing - KL Outdoor. The sculptures will be unveiled on July 5 and will be on display throughout the summer. 

For more information visit: http://www.lakeshoreartfestival.org

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NATIONAL CHERRY FESTIVAL ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR
Jul
1
10:00 AM10:00

NATIONAL CHERRY FESTIVAL ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR

  • Union Street, between Grandview Parkway & State Streets Traverse City, MI USA (map)
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Juried Arts and Crafts Fair held in lovely downtown Traverse City featuring more than 100 artists from across the Midwest. Purchase unique, local, hand-crafted items and art from 10:00am-7:00pm.

For more information on the Arts and Crafts Fair, please contact the Downtown Traverse City Association at 231-922-2050 or www.downtowntc.com.

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RHAPSODY ARTS AND MUSIC FESTIVAL
Jun
8
to Jun 10

RHAPSODY ARTS AND MUSIC FESTIVAL

One of the first festivals of the summer, Elkhart’s Rhapsody has been a signature city event for nearly forty years. The 39th Annual festival features music by Paul Erdman, The Roosters, Sideways, Bobby Lee Caldwell, Lalo Cura, Size Matters, Incredible Johnsons, and much more!  

Variety Entertainment includes: Clark the Juggler, Flow Arts, Sword Swallowing, Children's Art Tent, Vintage Car Show and much more!

Vendors will be showing jewelry, antiques, arts, crafts, and up-cycled repurposed artisans.

Admission: $2/person and under 2 yrs old free, and all FREE on Sunday.

Island Park is accessible by three walking bridges extending from Lundquist-Bicentennial Park, Pulaski Park & Sycamore Street.

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VILLAGE ART FAIR AT WINONA LAKE VILLAGE
Jun
2
to Jun 3

VILLAGE ART FAIR AT WINONA LAKE VILLAGE

Join us Saturday, June 2 from 10am to 5pm and Sunday, June 3 from 11 am to 4 pm.

Celebrating 18 years, the annual Art Fair is one of the Village’s most popular events! Join us both Saturday and Sunday to browse and buy artwork from over 75 juried vendors from across the country. The weekend also features live music, kid’s activities, food vendors.

Every year has something a little bit different, so be sure to visit this page for more details and a weekend schedule as the event nears.  http://villageatwinona.com/village-art-fair/

For more information phone: (574) 268-9888 or e-mail: info@villageatwinona.com

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ROUND THE FOUNTAIN ART FAIR
May
26
9:00 AM09:00

ROUND THE FOUNTAIN ART FAIR

On the Saturday of every Memorial Day Weekend, the City of Lafayette and the ‘Round the Fountain Art Fair Committee welcome you to the ‘Round the Fountain Art Fair, an annual destination location that features up to 100 artists from around the nation, showcasing their talent and works in a variety of pieces and media.

The ‘Round the Fountain Art Fair committee awards participating artists purchase awards, awards of excellence and merit awards. Each year, a piece of art is purchased by the committee to continue the permanent collection exhibited in the halls of the Tippecanoe County Courthouse, which is a work of art in itself.

Proceeds from the fair support fine arts education in the five area public schools, after-hours arts programs, courthouse restoration projects, the restoration of the Marquis de Lafayette Fountain, outside lighting and seating, landscaping, and public art projects and installation.

Since our humble beginnings in 1973, the ‘Round the Fountain Art Fair in Lafayette, Indiana has grown to become known as one of the premier juried fine art fairs in the Midwest. For over three decades, artists and art lovers alike gather for this one-day community fine art fair on the grounds of the Tippecanoe County Courthouse.

The fair is held every spring on the Saturday before Memorial Day; and despite occasional bad weather, enthusiastic crowds attend because they appreciate — like the art fair’s committee members and local sponsors — the value of the arts in all our lives.  

https://www.roundthefountain.org

  • Fine art by 90+ juried artists
  • Affordable prices
  • Ample parking
  • Free Admission
  • Enthusiastic crowds
  • Great Midwest location
  • Support for fine arts education and public art projects
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MSU 54TH ANNUAL SPRING ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW
May
19
to May 20

MSU 54TH ANNUAL SPRING ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW

  • MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY (map)
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Saturday, May 19, 2018 - 9:00am-6:00pm and Sunday May 20, 2108 - 10:00am-5:00pm

In its 54th year, the Spring Arts and Crafts show will take place, once again, on the grounds of the MSU Union, which is located on the corner of Grand River Avenue and Abbot Road in East Lansing, Michigan. This year’s show is going to host more than 300 crafters/artisans with many new vendors as well as many returning favorites! There will be a broad range of handmade items including candles, furniture, jewelry, home and yard décor, aromatherapy, clothing, children’s toys, paintings, graphics, pottery, sculpture, photography and much more!

100% of the fees collected from the application process go to the MSU University Activities Board (UAB) for programming events for the MSU student body. Since 1916 UAB has provided quality social, recreations and educational programs planned and implemented by students, for students in the MSU Community. UAB provides free or low-cost entertainment for students and serves as an alternate late night/weekend entertainment choice. UAB is committed to the personal, professional and educational development of its members.

Admission: FREE

For more information on MSU’s University Activities Board or the Spring Arts & Crafts Show, please call us at 517-335-3354 or email us at uab@msu.edu.

 

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NEW BUFFALO WINE & HARVEST FESTIVAL, NEW BUFFALO, MI
Oct
7
12:00 PM12:00

NEW BUFFALO WINE & HARVEST FESTIVAL, NEW BUFFALO, MI

Paw Paw Paddle Works will have a booth displaying available hand crafted paddles at this event.

In celebration of the harvest in Southwest Michigan, this one day event boasts award-winning wines from regional vineyards along craft beers and hard-ciders, all under one roof!   Come rain or shine, the event is tented so you can come out and stay all day! $5 entrance fee per adult, kids under 12 are free!

OCT. 7  NOON-9pm

                                               

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BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL, SOUTH HAVEN, MI  
Aug
12
to Aug 13

BLUEBERRY FESTIVAL, SOUTH HAVEN, MI  

Paw Paw Paddle Works will have a booth displaying available hand crafted paddles at this event.

Every year the National Blueberry Festival draws tens of thousands of visitors to the South Haven area. The South Haven Area Chamber of Commerce holds a two day craft fair on the Saturday/Sunday of the Blueberry Festival annually. This craft fair, which features both fine art and handmade crafts, features over 175 vendors in scenic Stanley Johnston Park. The popular fair serves as a fundraiser for both the Chamber and the Blueberry Festival.

Visit www.blueberryfestival.org

AUG.12  10am-5pm, & AUG 13 10am-4pm

                                                           

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COAST GUARD CRAFT FAIR, GRAND HAVEN, MI  
Aug
4
to Aug 5

COAST GUARD CRAFT FAIR, GRAND HAVEN, MI  

Paw Paw Paddle Works will have a booth displaying available hand crafted paddles at this event.

Join us for one of the most popular craft fairs in Michigan, held during one of the state’s biggest festivals—
The Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival. Quality exhibits, high attendance along with the Coast Guard parade
and fireworks all mean you will have a successful event, and a great time while you’re here!

AUG 4 & 5   9am-5pm

           

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RICHLAND ART FAIR, RICHLAND VILLAGE SQUARE, RICHLAND, MI 
Jul
15
9:00 AM09:00

RICHLAND ART FAIR, RICHLAND VILLAGE SQUARE, RICHLAND, MI 

Paw Paw Paddle Works will have a booth displaying available hand crafted paddles at this event.

Artists and patrons alike will be delighted with this traditional event set under the leafy canopy of Richland Village Square! The juried show features a diverse selection of original art works as well as superior hand crafted items that range in style from classic to whimsical. Many artists from Michigan, the Midwest, and further locales are returning to the event, while others are exhibiting for the first time.

In addition to the opportunity to peruse and purchase handmade creative works, patrons and guests often take time to enjoy food and music while relaxing in the shade or catching up with their neighbors. We will once again have a childeren's 'hands on' activity and also a raffle of artwork donated from attending artists. 

The Gull Lake Area Community Volunteer Women’s Group is proud to present this show each year as a service to the area. All proceeds make their way back to the community through our service projects (Fall Warm Up, Bright Holidays, and scholarships).

Mark your calendars to attend!

JULY 15  9am-4pm

 

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REEDS LAKE ART FESTIVAL, GRAND RAPIDS, MI
Jun
17
9:00 AM09:00

REEDS LAKE ART FESTIVAL, GRAND RAPIDS, MI

Paw Paw Paddle Works will have a booth displaying available hand crafted paddles at this event.

The Reeds Lake Art Festival is typically held the third weekend in June. The Grand Valley Artists Association does have a selection process for the show. Last year there were over 120 booths with a wide selection of various art forms. You will find paintings, pottery, jewelry, wood furnishings and many other “one of a kind” choices. Come join us in Gaslight Village and enjoy a wonderful day of browsing and shopping.  The vendor booths are located on Wealthy Street between Lakeside Dr. and Croswell St. 

JUNE 17  9am-5pm

     

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WINONA ART FAIR,  WINONA, IN               
Jun
3
to Jun 4

WINONA ART FAIR,  WINONA, IN               

Paw Paw Paddle Works will have a booth displaying available hand crafted paddles at this event.

The 17th annual Village at Winona art fair will showcase 75 different artists from all over the country featuring many different mediums such as watercolors, mixed media, woodcarving, oils, photography and fabrics.  Come enjoy this 2 day event weekend, there will be many different kids activities in the kids tent as well and multiple food vendors.

http://www.villageatwinona.com/event/village-at-winona-art-fair/

JUNE 3   10am-6pm

JUNE 4   11am-4pm 

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MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY 53rd SPRING ARTS & CRAFT SHOW, LANSING, MI
May
20
to May 21

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY 53rd SPRING ARTS & CRAFT SHOW, LANSING, MI

Paw Paw Paddle Works will have a booth displaying available hand crafted paddles at this event.

The 53rd Annual Michigan State University Spring Arts & Crafts Show will be held on May 20th from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. and May 21st from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. at the MSU Union on the corner of Grand River Ave. and Abbott Rd. in East Lansing, MI. This show is one of the largest spring arts and crafts shows in the State with attendance of 25,000. Admission is free and there is ample, free parking close to the show, which is being held on the grounds.

MAY-20 9am-6pm

MAY21  10am-5pm

       

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TULIP TIME ARTS & CRAFT FAIR, HOLLAND, MI
May
6
to May 7

TULIP TIME ARTS & CRAFT FAIR, HOLLAND, MI

Paw Paw Paddle Works will have a booth displaying available hand crafted paddles at this event.

The Art & Craft Fair is located in the center of the hustle and bustle of festival activities. Visitors can enjoy strolling through over 230 juried exhibits showing fine art and original crafts in this two day event. 

MAY 6  10am-6pm

MAY 7, 10am-5pm

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WAKARUSA MAPLE SYRUP FESTIVAL, WAKARUSA, IN
Apr
29
to Apr 30

WAKARUSA MAPLE SYRUP FESTIVAL, WAKARUSA, IN

  • 100 West Waterford Street Wakarusa, IN, 46573 United States (map)
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Paw Paw Paddle Works will have a booth displaying available hand crafted paddles at this event.

All-you-can-eat pancakes and sausage with fresh maple syrup, free kettle-popped popcorn, entertainment, a parade, animal acts, and contests beckon visitors to the Wakarusa Maple Syrup Festival. While you're there tour the sugar camp and historic museum, browse arts and crafts, sample various food and enjoy FREE entertainment. XPOGO (pogo stick stunts), Kent Family Circus, Magicians, Animal Acts and the Sea Hamster Rides are always a hit! Bouncyland will entertain the kids for hours! Free Pedal Pull and Baby Olympics keep the little ones active. The ALL YOU CAN EAT PTO BBQ Meal at Nelson's Banquet Hall will amaze your taste buds. The Historic Museum offers 11 historic buildings, including the Bird's Eye View Display that gives you a "Bird's eye view" of 1960 Wakarusa. The MAPLEICIOUS TENT is new and offers delicious maple flavored goodies and Festival T-Shirts. Find out all you need to know by friending the Wakarusa Maple Syrup Festival on facebook or looking online at WakarusaMapleSyrupFestival.com. There is SO Much FUN, when the SAP Starts to RUN!

APRIL 29 11am-8pm

APRIL 30 9am-8pm

APRIL 31 11am-6pm

 

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