Mammoth Lakes California Fine Arts Festival

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Mammoth Lakes Fine Arts Festival

Art in the fall outdoors is what the Fine Arts Festival is all about. Artists from all over come to share their work including pottery, paintings, ceramics, jewelry, photography and more. Read More

  • Art including visual arts, crafts, musical, and culinary arts displays
  • An early August event
  • Admission is FREE

Overview: Arts and craft festivals at Mammoth Lakes feature all types of visual arts, crafts, musical, and culinary arts displays. The largest festival is the Labor Day Festival in September, but other arts and crafts events are held during the year in the Mammoth Lakes area. Art galleries, museums and historical sites all add to the allurement of this cultural center. Talented artists and musicians find their way to Mammoth where the opportunity to display their creations seems endless.

When: An early August event. August 4th-6th, 2017.

Where: Mammoth Lakes, CA

Fees: Entry is Free

Details:  Reminders of the old west's mining days can be enjoyed at several locations in the area. These festivals are held during the Christmas Holidays, in February, and the 4th of July.

The Million Dollar Troutstock is an all-encompassing fishing event ranging from a kids fishing pond to a chance to win a million dollars and other cash prizes. Arts Festivals at Mammoth Lakes California offer a cultural and scenic alternative to the usual family vacation.

Mammoth Lakes, located near US Highway 395 on the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California.

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