46th Annual LABOR DAY FESTIVAL of the ARTS and MUSIC
Saturday, September 5, 10 am to 6 pm, Sunday, September 6, 10 am to 6 pm,
Monday, September 7, 10 am to 4 pm
Sam's Wood Site, Mammoth Lakes, CA.
MONO COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS would like to invite you to our 46th Annual
LABOR DAY FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS AND MUSIC on Saturday, Sunday and Monday over Labor Day weekend. Held in the beautiful Jeffrey Pine forest of Sam's Wood Site, this is the Eastern Sierra's Premier Fine Arts Festival featuring the work of over 125 artists. It is THE place to begin your Holiday shopping! Artists travel from all over the West to tempt you with their handmade artwork in a wide variety of mediums. This event is FREE and fun for the whole family. The festival keeps the kids entertained with a kids art activities area. Sonny and Twinkee the Clowns make crazy balloon constructions which are amazing!
We invite you to peruse the gorgeous artwork and listen to music while dining in our fun International food court where we will also be serving cocktails and Mammoth Brewing Company's selection of local beers.
Cocos Locos will have their fabulous Mexican food and enjoy a margarita! How about a mojito with Hawaiian Philipinno food. A cold beer will go well with Indian food! MCA’s bar will also offer a variety of wines and sangria. June Lake will be represented by their 2 famous food trucks, the Smoke Shack selling smoked trout and salmon and 7 Hills Chili with their Cincinatti based chile on hot dogs and more.
Our stage will feature 5 fabulous bands all weekend starting at 11am each day.
Local favorites will perform: Rambalya, The Unwanted, Bodie 601 and the Cruiseship Volunteers. We have a new LA sound, The Local Rebellion, debuting their Indie Rock band composed of 5 12 year old middle schoolers! TheLocalRebellion.com.
So come for the day, enjoy the stunning handcrafted artwork and meet the artists. This FREE event is open from 10am-6pm and closes at 4pm on Monday. Celebrate the end of summer outdoors in a spectacular forest setting on Minaret Road between Main Street and Meridian. For more information call Kristen Schipke - President
Images from the 45th Annual Labor Day Festival