Tubac announces its Fall Arts & Craft Festival, November 3, 4 & 5, 2017 from 10 am to 5 pm daily. The Tubac Fall Arts & Craft Festival features 100 arts and crafts booths with vendors from around the country. The festival features a range of artwork from fine painting and sculpture to fun and functional ceramics, skillfully crafted wood and leatherworks, and shimmering glass. Visitors will also see photography, unique jewelry, artful clothing and mixed media works.
This event is a wonderful venue for holiday shopping with many one-of-a-kindhandmade items. Come early, shop often.
Artists from near and far are taking part in this inaugural event. Local Tucson metal artist, Roberto Marquez will feature his unique metal art fountains. Renowned Santa Fe artist, Amada Pena, will be on hand with new work as well as his many collectors’ favorites.
Executive Director, Angela Kirkner states: “this is a show which has something for everyone. We have fine art, creative crafts, foods and gourmet products”.
The food court offers a variety of festival favorites such as barbeque, sausages, crepes and ice cream. Tempting Kettlekorn, hot-roasted nuts and handmade toffee are also offered. Adding to the festive atmosphere will be a beer & wine (also Margarita!) garden operated by the Anza Trail Coalition Arizona. The beer garden will feature live music by The Ronstadt Brothers on Sat., Nov. 4th from 1 to 4 PM.
Admission is free. Four paid parking lots benefitting local nonprofits organizations will be operating at a charge of $8 per car; a $5 dollar shopping discount coupon will be given to each vehicle to offset parking fees.
Tubac Village is located south of Tucson at Exits 34 and 40 on I– 19. The Fall Arts & Craft Festival is presented by the Tubac Chamber of Commerce. For more information, contact the Chamber at (520) 398-2704 or visit www.tubacaz.com.
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