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Inyo Council for the Arts Presents: Memorial Weekend Arts & Crafts Show

Inyo Council for the Arts Presents: Memorial Weekend Arts & Crafts Show

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Get ready for an unforgettable weekend of creativity and fun! Join us at the picturesque Bishop City Park from May 24th to May 27th, 2024, for the four-day Arts & Crafts Show, coinciding with the legendary Mule Days celebration that draws a whopping 30,000 visitors to Bishop each year!

Indulge your senses in a mesmerizing array of handcrafted wonders and fine arts brought to you by 100+ talented artists showcasing their photography, jewelry, woodworking, watercolors, sculpture, clothing, and so much more!

But that’s not all – treat your taste buds to a mouthwatering selection of culinary delights from our delightful food vendors offering everything from savory treats to refreshing shaved ice, ensuring that every craving is satisfied!

And let’s not forget about the soul-stirring tunes! Groove to the rhythm with free musical entertainment serenading you throughout the day on Sunday, adding an extra layer of magic to your artsy adventure! Catch Akamya at 11:00AM, Eddy Evans at 12:20PM, Ethan Rubin & Guest at 1:30PM, Bodie 601 Trio at 2:45PM, and Hay Blackbird at 4:00PM, for a Sunday filled with music!

Nestled in the enchanting creekside ambiance of Bishop City Park, our show promises not just a shopping spree but an unforgettable experience, where visitors are captivated by the scenic beauty and artists’ creations, keeping them lingering in awe!

For more events from Inyo Council for the Arts, click here.

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