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MAMMOTH LAKES - Annual Labor Day Festival of the Arts at Mammoth Lakes presented by by Mono Council for the Arts  More than 100 fine artists and contemporary crafts people gather in scenic outdoors for event that offers family fun, food and live entertainment, Times: from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday. Where: Sam’s Wood Site, on Minaret Road between Main Street (Hwy. 203) and Meridian Road in Mammoth Lakes. Cost: Free admission.  www.monoarts.org and www.troutstock.com, or call (760) 873-7242.



When: from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday

Where: Sam’s Wood Site, on Minaret Road between Main Street (Hwy. 203) and Meridian Road in Mammoth Lakes

More: Art, music, food and drinks in the outdoors. On display will be a wide variety of art and craftwork including furniture and home furnishings, handmade clothing, custom jewelry, exquisite paintings and sculptures, beautiful ceramics, metal art for the home and garden, glass work, turned wood, landscape photography and much more.

39th Annual Labor Day Festival of the Arts at Mammoth Lakes

More than 100 fine artists and contemporary crafts people gather in scenic outdoors for event that offers family fun, food and live entertainment

Mammoth Lakes, Calif.-- Enjoy art, music, food and fun in the outdoors this Labor Day Weekend at the Annual Labor Day Festival of the Arts in Mammoth Lakes. The event, which runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, gives attendees the opportunity to meet with more than 100 celebrated fine artists and contemporary crafts people from throughout California and surrounding states as they showcase their original creations against the majestic background of the Sierra Nevada mountains.

The Annual Labor Day Festival of the Arts at Mammoth Lakes , which is free to the public, will take place at Sam’s Wood Site, on Minaret Road between Main Street (Hwy. 203) and Meridian Road in Mammoth Lakes . On display will be a wide variety of art and craftwork including furniture and home furnishings, handmade clothing, custom jewelry, exquisite paintings and sculptures, beautiful ceramics, metal art for the home and garden, glass work, turned wood, landscape photography and much more.

In addition to the 110 fine art and contemporary craft booths, activities will include live music, wine and beer tasting, food from local restaurants, amazing balloon creations by Twinkee the Clown and magic acts by Richard Rumble. Mammoth’s Labor Day Festival of the Arts is presented by Mono Council for the Arts in conjunction with Troutstock Eastern Sierra, a Mammoth Lakes area event created to introduce families to the joys of fishing in the Eastern Sierra.

Those attending the Annual Labor Day Festival of the Arts will be treated to a variety of offerings in the food court area – including an assortment of Red’s International hot dogs, Thai/Chinese food, crepes and much more. Beverages will include wine tasting from California ’s premier wineries and beer selections from Mammoth Brewing Company. Entertainment will also be plentiful at the festival, with the main stage area featuring the bluegrass, jazz, and usually a festival favorite playing swing music.

“This event truly has something for everyone,” said Festival Director Gaye Mueller, “Just imagine tasting wine from California ’s premier wineries, enjoying the art in the outdoors, and listening to wandering music groups and magicians. There’s such a broad assortment to choose from for the entire family.”

For more information about the Labor Day Festival of the Arts at Mammoth Lakes , please visit www.monoarts.org and www.troutstock.com, or call (760) 873-7242.


About Mono Council for the Arts

The non-profit Arts Council’s mission is to promote appreciation of the Arts and to encourage local creative talent through education within mono County. MCA works in partnership with many organizations in Mono County to provide greater access to the arts in this isolated rural Eastern Sierra corridor. This event is partially funded by the California Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Annual projects include other festivals around the Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s and President’s Day Holidays, as well as support of ESCAPE (Eastern Sierra Children in the Arts Project) to bring arts in education into the local schools.

Troutstock Eastern Sierra is the premier fishing competition and festival of all things trout in Mono County . Troutstock Eastern Sierra is scheduled over Labor Day Weekend. Troutstock Eastern Sierra, includes 15 lakes, five registration points, five check-in points, a Kids Fishing Pond, trout cooking demonstrations, kids fishing games, outdoor movies, live entertainment, a chance to win a million dollars, and over $10,000 in guaranteed cash prizes! One of the prizes will be a shopping spree at the Labor Day Festival. All events, except for the fishing derby, are FREE and family friendly. Event proceeds benefit the Hot Creek Hatchery Foundation to support fish stocking programs in the State of California .