IMG_1209The St. George Art Festival began 36 years ago to showcase artists who lived in St. George. Since then it has expanded to include over 110 artists from hundreds of entries throughout the United States.  This year’s festival will be held Friday, April 3rd and Saturday, April 4th at the scenic Town Square, a park with its carousel, fountains, splash pad and waterfall, flower gardens, and historic sites.  The festival has a community appeal, for both artists and the 30,000 plus annual visitors on this busy Easter weekend.

The St. George Art Festival is recognized for exceptional artwork and will be showcasing the many categories, to include watercolor, oils, pottery, sculpture, photography, and woodwork.  The festival also celebrates the performing arts and will have live entertainment on two stages.

Attendees will enjoy thousands of original works of art, and a bouquet of flavorful foods. Families will take pleasure in the creative activities and art projects, puppetry, music, a petting zoo and face painting.

Applications are still being accepted for entertainers and food vendors. The St. George Art Festival is sponsored by the City of St. George, BYUtv, Comcast Spotlight, Canyon Media, Cherry Creek Radio and The Spectrum.

If you live in St. George you know the Town Square is more than just a fabulous park.  It’s also known for the Downtown Thursday Night, a weekly festival held during the spring and summer. Residents and visitors will experience a fun, family atmosphere with arts and crafts displays, food vendors and live entertainment. Also, on scheduled evenings, Sunset on the Square is held at nigh fall, where residents bring their blankets and chairs to the park’s amphitheater to view classic movies on the big screen.

During the holiday season, Town Square is the main location for First Night, a St. George New Year’s Eve celebration. Bringing the community together, this joyful festivity provides a stage for a variety of artists, musicians, dancers, and story tellers. To welcome in the new year, residents enjoy the abundant of food vendors and the huge fireworks display.

And if that’s not all.  The Town Square provides the location for the St. George Book Festival, where speakers and authors come together and share in discussions about literature and books, and where the community will also find books, vendors, food and musicians.  As you can see, the park offers the perfect place for community gatherings and family enjoyment!

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