Spring is just around the corner, it’s a great time to head outdoors for some Spring Craft festivals and Antique sales. Check out some great local vendors, support your local community and enjoy the spring weather.
Artisan Craft Festival– Artisan Craft Festival creates amazing shows where you will find jewelry, perfumes, handcrafted scents and soaps. Gorgeous items for both men and women, home decor and many other gifts. Every show offers Free Admission, Free Parking, and a Free Kids Area. Bringing some of the most talented local small businesses and artists together at one venue. Upcoming Spring dates for The Artisan Craft Festival are:
- Saturday, March 7th- 10am-5pm, Sunset Station (at the bowling center.)
- Sat & Sun, March 21-22- 10am-5pm, Santa Fe Station (Ion Ballroom)
- Saturday, April 25th- 10am-5pm, Sunset Station
- Sat & Sun, May 2-3- 10am-5pm, Springs Preserve (outdoor event)
Upscale Craft Sale– Selling crafts, art, jewelry, and other upscale items of interest. It’s FREE admission for all ages to shop. Friday, March 6th, 9am-1pm. Heritage Park Senior Facility, 300 S Racetrack Rd, Henderson, NV.
Queen Bee Market– described as an “Etsy comes to life” shopping expo, will host its one-of-a-kind spring shopping market at The Conference Center of Las Vegas. More than 70 local and national artisans have been hand-selected to showcase an array of handmade products that vary between home décor, accessories, clothing, paper arts, vintage items, furniture and more. Saturday, March 7th, from 10am-6pm, and Sunday, March 8th, from 10am-4pm. Tickets are $5 at the door and free for children 12 years old or younger, and for those with military ID. The Conference Center of Las Vegas is located at 6590 Bermuda Road.
Spring Boutique Craft Show– Featuring members of the Las Vegas Crafters Guild. Handmade cards, artisan jewelry, fabric bags, aprons, pet accessories, team accessories and more will be for sale. Free admission, free parking. Credit and debit cards accepted. Opening at 11:30 am on Friday, March 13th and 10am on Saturday, March 14th. Sahara West Library-9600 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas.
Best Dam Wine Walks in Boulder City- On the 2nd Saturday of each month (except Summer months May-August) Boulder City’s Historic District becomes flooded with both locals and tourists looking to explore the beautiful historic district, meet some amazing business owners, and drink some wine. The next event will happen March 14th, from 4pm-8pm and the theme will be Steam Punk. Price is $25 per person, or bring your glass back for $5 off your next walk. Each month is a special theme that participants are encouraged to dress up around. As they explore the shops and make their way around town, they will be judged by a local shop and 1 lucky winner is revealed on their facebook page each month.
Vintage Market Days of Southern Nevada -This spring craft festival is an upscale vintage-inspired open air market featuring upcycled antiques, vintage finds, unique clothing, food trucks, handmade treasures, home décor, consumable yummies, seasonal plantings & and more. Friday, April 3rd(10am-5pm), Saturday, April 4th (10am-5pm), and Sunday, April 5th(10am-4pm), located in Downtown Summerlin. Tickets are $15 for early bird entry Friday/Saturday/Sunday and $10 for Saturday and Sunday re-entry.
Giant Garage Sale– All ages welcome to shop. Admission is free. April 4th, 7am- Black Mountain Recreation Center/Aquatic Complex.
Don’t miss out on these FREE opportunities to check out some local arts and crafts at these spring craft festivals. Like them on Facebook to see all their events as they are scheduled. If you like browsing around crafts festivals, take a look at our post of Las Vegas Farmers Markets.
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