Celebrating 25 years of presenting fine art and fine craft by makers from around the country, this festival takes place amidst the fall colors on quaint Second Avenue in historic downtown Durango, Colorado. The wide avenue, lined with restaurants and a variety of shops, is one block from Main Avenue, a gathering place for shoppers and the thousands of visitors that fill the town each fall.
This is a celebration planned and hosted by the Greater Avenues Community Council (GACC) to celebrate community. Each year we hold the Fair on a different street to highlight the varied and eclectic architecture of the Avenues area, one of the oldest residential neighborhoods of Salt Lake City. The Fair typically spans five blocks and features live entertainment at each end. Fair attendance is free to all. The Fair features and celebrates local talent and artistry. In addition, local food vendors, various government agencies, non-profit organizations and small businesses take the opportunity to be known in the community.
The 2019 Livingston Depot Center's Festival of the Arts will be held in the Depot Rotary Park, on West Park Street (next to the Depot Center) in downtown Livingston, Montana. Coinciding with both the popular Livingston Roundup rodeo and the downtown parade, this highly popular event assembles over 100 skilled artists and crafts people each year and attracts many thousands of enthusiasts. Livingston non-profit groups also offer specialty foods--not excepting the Depot Foundation's own famed and acclaimed pie booth, featuring home cooking's best.