Mammoth Lakes' Labor Day Festival of the Arts is set amidst the beautiful fall colors of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Fine art booths, Native American artists, wine tasting, a food court and a blue grass band all make for a gala time in the fall.
Organization: Mono Council for the Arts
Dates: 08/31/2013 - 09/02/2013 update info
Time: 10:00:00 AM - 6:00:00 PM
Event Cost: Free
Venue: Labor Day Festival of the Arts in Mammoth Lakes,CA
Contact: Gaye Mueller
Phone: (760) 873-7242
Located at Sam's Wood Site on Minaret Rd. from 10:00 am - 6:00 pm. on Sat. and Sun. and from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm on Sun. Mammoth's Premier art event. Artists & contemporary craftsmen, childrens entertainment, fun foods and family fun.
- Taste some of California's best wines and enjoy foods from around the world.
- A Labor Day event each year
- Usually held at Sam's Wood Site
Overview: Food, music and fun blend together at the Labor Day Festival of the Arts in Mammoth Lakes, California. Meander into any of the 100 fine art booths as the music of the Sierra Studebaker Bluegrass Band fills the air or stroll through the Native American Village and watch hoop dancing and other cultural sights celebrating the artistry of the Native American culture. Taste some of California's best wines and enjoy foods from around the world. Visit displays of handmade clothing and furniture, paintings, metal art, landscape photography and many other exhibits of craftwork in this beautiful forest setting.
When: Held Labor Day weekend each year
Where: Mammoth Lakes
Fees: Entry fees vary
Details: In connection with the festival, families can learn the joys of fishing as the Troutstock fishing event is held at the time as the festival.
Mammoth Lakes, California just off US Highway 395 and about 32 miles south of the east entrance to Yosemite National Park.