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Harvest Festival Original Art And Craft Show

  • Date: November 20, 2010
  • Time: 9:30am
  • Address:
    1600 Exposition Boulevard
    Sacramento, CA 95815
Special Features:
The Harvest Festivals are the largest indoor art and craft shows on the West Coast, featuring over 24,000 American handmade items. Hundreds of vendors will exhibit and sell jewelry, pottery, original art, toys, photography, textiles, bath and body products, clothing, home décor and more. Plus, select specialty food vendors will be providing food samples of delicious dips, fudges, olive oils, scones, marinades, jams and more, right in time for Thanksgiving.

Cash Tribute will be appearing in several sets each day, covering the hits of “The Man in Black” with conviction and accuracy. Crowd favorites Tom Rigney and Flambeau will break out their fiery fiddling, as well several songs off their new album, “Serious Fun”. There will also be strolling entertainers that roam the aisles and treat guests to songs and performances.

For the second year in a row, the Sacramento Harvest Festival has joined forces with the Elk Grove Community Food Bank to assist the non-profit with obtaining food donations. Anyone who brings a non-perishable food donation to the event will receive $2 off one adult or senior admission.

Kidzone:

Ronald McDonald House Charities Home Depot - The Kidzone will be sponsored by Ronald McDonald House Charities with Home Depot providing kids a chance to decorate and paint ceramic tiles along with other art projects.

Entertainment Schedule:
Main Stage:
11:15-12:00 pm: Cash Tribute

12:20-1:05 pm: Tom Rigney

1:25-2:10 pm: Cash Tribute

2:30-3:15 pm: Tom Rigney

3:35-4:20 pm: Cash Tribute

4:40-5:25 pm: Tom Rigney

Strolling Entertainment:
9:30-3:30 pm: Mama Claus And Eddie the Elf

9:30-3:30 pm: Fables of the Old West

11:30-5:30 pm: Washboard Willy

Admission:
Adult: $9.00
Senior 62+: $7.00
Youth 13-17: $4.00
12 and under free when accompanied by an adult

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