This fun and fabulous outdoor flea market-style event is not to be missed!
Vendors are permitted to sell only vintage and antique items for your junkin’ pleasure. “If it’s made in China, then it just has no place here,” said Junk Fest organizer Jana Holland, who owns Collected Treasures in downtown.
The event takes place this Saturday, June 18 from 9 am to 4 pm in the back lot of Collected Treasures, 406 W. Main Street. You’ll find many returning dealers but also new ones as well, with a few surprises thrown in just for fun. Expect to find furniture, household items, linens, collectibles and some quirky stuff you just never knew you needed.
Come early for the best selection. No parking or admission charge.
One of Arlington’s most popular festival event returns to Richard Greene Linear Park in Arlington on its new dates of May 20-22.
This year’s Art on the Green festival features 100 national, regional and local artists showcasing and selling their work in one of 14 different categories. Stroll through the park and see booth after booth of one-of-a-kind works in ceramic, drawing, fiber, glass, jewelry, leather, metal, mixed media, painting, photography, sculpture and wood.
Sit on the lawn to enjoy a weekend of live band performances. Headline artist is Austin Blues musician Carolyn Wonderland, performing at 8 pm Saturday. Austin Blues Funk band Mingo Fishtrap closes out the event with their performance at 3 pm on Sunday.
Of course, festival food is loved by all, and this year’s event features a great lineup of local and regional food vendors. Beer and wine will also be available. And remember–no outside food or drinks are allowed into the park.
A special dedication will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday. Join the City of Arlington, the Arlington Parks and Recreation Department, and Art on the Greene Art Festival for the Entertainment District Sculpture Trail dedication ceremony. Nine sculptures will be official dedicated with a ribbon cutting ceremony followed by an opportunity to meet the sculptures.
Don’t miss the fun! Art on the Greene is family and dog friendly (all dogs must be on a leash and have a calm temperament around other people and dogs.) Admission and parking are FREE.
Click here for more info, including times of events: http://www.artonthegreene.com/
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Moxley Manor Haunted House in Dallas / Ft. Worth, Texas
Cutting Edge Haunted House in Ft. Worth, Texas
March 22 – 24, 2013
Art on the Greene Arts Festival.
The attendance was over 20,000 this first year. See you in 2013, for an even bigger and better Art on the Greene!
March 22-24, 2013
Watch a short video from the 2012 Art on the Greene Arts Festival.