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Kawartha Arts Festival (Sept. 2017)

August 29, 2017

another artsy Labour Day weekend for Fenelon Falls

The Kawartha Arts Festival was first held in 1989 and started off as a small collection of artists gathering together to give something back to the local arts community. It has since grown into one of the largest art festivals in Southern Ontario and attracts thousands of visitors each year.

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The Kawartha Art Festival is a non-profit organization run by dedicated volunteers. It is kept going by the generous donations given each year by the show’s patrons, and we would like to thank each and every one of you to keep the Art Festival growing more unique each year.

  • September 2 & September 3, 2017
  • Sat 10-5 Sun 10-4
  • Free admission
  • Free shuttle bus service from downtown Fenelon to the Fairgrounds.
  • Door prizes with donation at the door
  • Special Canada 150 Marquee for textile artists to show off their unique fabric art.
  • Artist demonstrations
  • ‘Young At Art’ display
  • Refreshments
  • Wheelchair accessible

For all the details visit http://www.kawarthaartsfestival.com/

Calling All Art Buffs – Kawartha Art Festival Is Here (Aug 2016)

July 29, 2016

Arts FestThe Kawartha Arts Festival is known in the art circles as the ‘Art in the Country’. It was first held in 1989 making this the 27th year for this landmark event. It started off as a small collection of artists gathering together to give something back to the local arts community. It has since grown into one of the largest art festivals in Southern Ontario and attracts thousands of visitors each year.

The festival will be held September 3 & September 4, 2016, Saturday 10am-5pm and  Sunday 10am-4pm at the Fenelon Fair Grounds. There is free admission but there will be door prizes with donation at the gate. This year they will have Artist Demonstrations held throughout the weekend, a ‘Young At Art’ display, refreshments, free parking and the event is wheelchair accessible.

Kawartha Art Festival is a non-profit organization run by dedicated volunteers. It is kept going by the generous donations given each year by the show’s patrons, and we would like to thank each and every one of you to keep the Art Festival growing more unique each year.

Visit the Kawartha Arts Festival website here.

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Kawartha Arts Festival Was A Huge Success (Oct 2015)

October 11, 2015

Arts Fest

Labour Day Weekend marked the 26th year for the Kawartha Arts Festival in Fenelon Falls. The weekend was another successful year with many new artists attending. The event was well attended despite the hot and humid weather with near 5000 people visiting the Fenelon Fairgrounds.   “We want to say a huge thank you to all the generous visitors that gave donations at the gate and we appreciated all the positive and encouraging remarks,” says event co-ordinator Maud Skoog. “We hope to see you again next year when we will have more exciting and new artists booking booths for 2016.”

The Kawartha Arts Festival was first held in 1989 and started off as a small collection of artists gathering together to give something back to the local arts community. It has since grown into one of the largest art festivals in Southern Ontario and attracts thousands of visitors each year.

The Kawartha Art Festival is a non-profit organization run by dedicated volunteers. Festival organizers are looking at adding some new features for next year and are taking applications for new positions opening. If you enjoy art and meeting new artists, and would like the opportunity to learn more about festival production and the world behind the scenes, send a note to kaf@i-zoom.net.

www.kawarthaartsfestival.com

 

Kawartha Arts Festival Labour Day Weekend (2015)

August 3, 2015

 

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This year marks the 26th year of the Kawartha Arts Festival. Over 100 artists from Ontario participate in the two-day event. This is a premier art event in a casual setting that includes indoor and outdoor space. This ‘One of a Kind Juried Show’ features high calibre artists in many mediums including fine art, pottery, wood and stone carvings, metalwork , scratch board, fused stained glass and so much more.

This year they have new additions to the festival which include leather artwork, handmade designer jewellery and ceramics. Kawartha Arts Festival features a Young at Art section which promotes and encourages young artists to display and sell their wares.

The public is encouraged to come out and enjoy art demonstrations each day. There will be refreshments available and the festival is wheelchair accessible. The festival offers free admission and parking. A donation at the gate gives patrons an opportunity to win a door prize of a $25 gift certificate to use at any artist booth at the show.

See you at the Kawartha Arts Festival!

Visit www.kawarthaartsfestival.com for additional information.

25th Annual Kawartha Arts Festival

August 30, 2014

Annual Art Festival held at the  Fenelon Falls Fairgrounds

Over 100 artists from Ontario and Quebec. Selling and showing original art

Details:
  • August 30 & Auguest 31, 2014
  • Sat 10-5 Sun 10-4
  • Free admission
  • Door prizes with donation at the door
  • Artist demonstrations
  • ‘Young At Art’ display
  • Refreshments
  • Wheelchair accessible

Kawartha Arts Festival Celebrates 25 Years (July 2014)

July 7, 2014

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August 30 and 31, 2014 marks the 25th year for the Kawartha Arts Festival to be promoting art and artists in the Kawartha Lakes.  The festival will be held at he Fenelon Fair Grounds on Saturday 10am -5pm and Sunday 10am – 4pm.

The Kawartha Arts Festival was first held in 1989 and started off as a small collection of artists gathering together to give something back to the local arts community. It has since grown into one of the largest art festivals in Southern Ontario and attacts thousands of visitors each year.Wood carving

The Kawartha Art Festival is a non-profit organization run by dedicated volunteers. It is kept going by the generous donations given each year by the show’s patrons.

The festival features exhibitors with many different mediums, artist demonstrations throughout the weekend, Young at Art display, musical guests and refreshments. Admission is free but there is a draw for door prizes for anyone who makes a donation.

This year the festival is sponsoring 7 students in the Young at Arts program. The festival is offering free space to these youth and provides opportunity for them to work and learn alongside experienced artists. Look for the Young at Arts tables at the festival.

http://www.cablecable.net/For more information check out www.kawarthaartsfestival.com

Artist Profiles:

Just click on their name and visit their profile

Janice Addison

Sandy Cogar 

Bill Dopson

Mary Firth

Lillian Forester

Linda Harris

Jaan Peets

Janet Secord

Janet McDougall

Sandy McNeil

Maud Skoog

Janet Tysiak

Bill Van Koot

Gord Wilson

Morris Young