Thanks to snow somewhere up north, we made it off the waiting list at the last minute so our string of consecutive appearances at this festival remains unbroken and increases to sixprevious. There will be more than 300 artists expecting around 85 thousand visitors over the three-day weekend. On Saturday, February 16th, and Sunday, it will be open from 10 am to 6 pm. The hours for Presidents’ Day (Monday) are from 10 to 5. The festival will be along Central and University Boulevards in the downtown Abacoa area in Jupiter.
For more information, including a more detailed festival map (where you can notice the positions of the three entrances in relation to the centralized information booth shown above), see their website (www.artigras.org).
There will also be live entertainment, artist demonstrations, children’s interactive art activities, and a Youth Art Competition Gallery. There is an entrance fee. For tickets (which are less expensive if purchased in advance), click here.
We will be in Booth 416, close to the north entrance. Come by and say “Hello”.
This will be the festival’s 31st anniversary, and our third time attending (which would make it our second anniversary?). It will again be at the Abacoa Town Center in Jupiter, Florida. On Saturday, February 13th and Sunday the hours are 10 am to 6 pm. It closes an hour earlier on Monday. Tickets are ten dollars in advance or twelve dollars at the gate. The Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce, the producers, expect about 85 thousand visitors and 300 artists. For more information, their website is www.artigras.org.
This will be the festival’s 30th anniversary, and our second as participants (due to an oversight on our part, we almost didn’t make it). It will again be in the Abacoa Town Center in Northern Palm Beach County. On Valentines Day (Saturday, February 14th) and Sunday, it will be open to the public from 10 am to 6 pm. On Monday it closes an hour earlier (10 am to 5 pm). Tickets are $10 for all teenagers and beyond, but only $8 if purchased in advance. They are again expecting 300 artists and 85,000 visitors. For more information, go to the ArtiGras web site (www.artigras.org).
We have been accepted into the ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival on Presidents’ Day Weekend at Abacoa Town Center in Jupiter, Florida. This will be our first time at this festival. They are expecting 300 artists and 85,000 visitors for the three-day show. The hours are 10 am to 6 pm on Saturday and Sunday, while on Monday the hours are 10 am to 5 pm. Tickets are $10 at the gate, but you can save $2 by buying in advance. Abacoa Town Center is east of I-95 and north of Donald Ross Road. For more information, go to the ArtiGras web site (www.artigras.org).