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Annual Holiday Festival Of The Arts
Annual Holiday Festival Of The Arts
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Date/Time
Sunday, December 22nd 2013
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Location
Cornwall Shopping Center

Allied Arts‘ 34th Annual Holiday Festival Of The Arts is a five-week long festival featuring the work of over 100 local artisans and craftspeople. The affordable, locally handmade products range from jewelry, paintings, wearable art to specialty foods and repurposed art.  The festival also features live local music; artist demos and workshops and kids’ art projects. 

Holiday Festival Of The Arts is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10am to 6pm.  (Closed Thanksgiving Day and at 3pm, December 24th)

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