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Thousand Springs Festival of the Arts 9.23 & 9.24

Join us for the

25th Annual

Thousand Springs Festival of the Arts

September 23 & 24, 2017

10 am to 6 pm & 10 am to 5 pm

Need Directions?

Looking for directions to Ritter Island at Thousand Springs State Park?
From Interstate 84:
Take Exit 157 at Wendell
Turn Right onto Bob Barton Rd
Turn Left on S 1600 E
Turn Right on E 3200 S
Turn Left on S 1300 E

From Hwy 30:
Take E 2900 S
Turn Right on S 1500 E
Turn Right on E 3200 S
Turn Left on S 1300 E

Sponsored by Idaho Power, Edward Jones Financial Advisers and Wills Toyota, the Magic Valley Arts Council presents the 25th Annual Thousand Springs Festival of the Arts, September 23 & 24 on Ritter Island at Thousand Springs State Park, Hagerman, ID. Offering live entertainment from around the region, artist booths with uniquely created work, plus a variety of food and beverage, this event is a fall favorite.

More than 90 artists will line the park, with exciting new work coming in from out of state as well as many old favorites. A number of interesting history and informational booths along with artisan demonstrators means there’s something of interest for everyone! Relax in the beer and wine garden while listening to some great tunes.

Enjoy scenic waterfalls, canoe rides and enjoy a ride aboard a horse or mule drawn wagon, an adventure for the whole family!

Thousand Springs Festival of the Arts has something for everyone with a full day of relaxation, beauty and entertainment! Plan to come and spend the day with us at one of fall’s great events!

Admission

Adults/$6,Seniors(62 & Over)/$5,Children (5-12)/$3,Toddlers & Infants/Free

Musical Line Up:
Saturday, September 23
Brook Faulk 12:00-12:45
Heather Platts 1:00 – 1:45

Bollar & Barton 2:00-2:45
Swinging With Ellie 3:00-4:15 FESTIVAL HEADLINER
Soul Patch 4:30-5:45

Sunday, September 24
Mosaic Jazz 12:00-1:00
Blaze & Kelley 1:15-2:15
Tylor and the Train Robbers 2:30-3:15 FESTIVAL HEADLINER
Emily Stanton Band 3:30-4:45

ARTISTS ARE: Aimee Duncan – Identity Designs, Alison Meyerhoff – Metal Head Welding, Ashley Delonas – Mountain Girl Studio, Barbara Palmer – New Look Originals, Becky Edwards – Every Dish Has It’s Day, Beth Magee, Bill & Florence Beck – 5C Indian Jewelry, Bill & Sheryl West – West & West? Ceramic Works, Bill Landfair – Raft River Pottery, Bob & Julie Stauts – Emulate Natural Care, Brenda Steele, Brentano Haleen – Lucky Seven Scarves, Candace Kilgrow, Carrie Berndt – Cat’s Pajamas, Christina Hayden Wilderland, Dana Higby – Fire Creek Clay, Dani Hansing & Khristen Quigley – Unique Twist Jewelry, Debra Bonsack – Bonsack Gallery, Doris Harvest – Natural Harvest, Dustin & Leah Williams – J. Marie Jewelry, Dwight & Regina Masak, Elisa Davis – Rivertime Designs, Erika Church – Family Hands, Full Moon Gallery Artists,? Gary Dempsay Photography, Gene Sherman – Wildlife Watercolors, Gigi & Boone Reavis, Iris Boyd, Jacob Novinger, Jane Bennett Munro – author,?Jennie Kilcup – Mrs. Kilcup Watercolors, Jennifer & Sydney Schoth – Lavender Goddess, JoAnne Tietjens – Upcycled Creations, Jodi Miller – Darling Bird Studios, Joyce Ackerman, Judy Bondo – JB Rugs, Kay Seurat, Kevin Odette Photography, Kristina Scott – Naturally Knotty Kreations, Kym Paxton – Coins of Mo Croi, Leslie Redhead, Linda Harrison – Linders Creations, Lisa Dean-Erlander – Lisa Creations, Lyrl Jensen & Melissa Neiers – Studio in the Trees, Marcia Dibbs?- Summit Jewelty Design, Mark Davis, Marne Elmore, Melissa Sage – Black Cat Baubles, Melodee & Matt Sather – Way Up Clay, Mike Avery – Snake River Nets, Nancy Sathre-Vogel, Patricia Sadler Trainer – Mud Pie Arts Pottery, Pennie Wolf – Singing Wolf Art Gallery, Perri & Chloe Duncan – Highland Art, Prapapun Chaiprasert – Thai Dye, Rebecca Harris – Stone Fox? Fabrications, Richard & Judy Morris – JDM Silvery, Ron Stutz – Petra Designs, Ronda Cutlip – Creations 4 You, Sarena Mantz – Romantz Art, Sherry Bittner – Chara Designs, Stephanie Wright – Brain Box Arts, Steven & Jeanne Hammond – Mother Earth’s Wonders, Sue Ann Tanzer – Quilt Treasures, Sue Brokaw – Spoons N’ Things, Tamara Miller –author, Tannya Cluff – Rickle Pickle Fun, Thomas Archer – Archers Fine Arts, Thom Dickeson – Thom’s Wood ‘N’ Things LLC, Virgil & Mary Andrews – Handcrafted Knives, Walker Ostler, Wayne Bench – South Hills Gourd Art

How to Get to Thousand Springs Festival of the Arts – ritter-island-map

Ritter Island at Thousand Springs State Park

1205 Thousand Springs Grade

Wendell, ID 83355

Please LEAVE your pets at home, they are not allowed at the festival and there is no shade in the parking area.

Official Service Dogs only are allowedno pets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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