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About the Event
On Saturday and Sunday, May 4 and 5, the grounds of the Floyd Center for the Arts will be transformed into an old-world village square at the Center’s second Mayfaire. All are welcome to join in this family-friendly FREE event, which includes art and craft vendors, live music, artisan demonstrations, kids’ activities and lots more. “We are so excited to host the community at this first-of-its-kind event at the Center!” says Becky Lattuca, the Center’s Director of Programming, “We wanted to have an outdoor event showcasing the area’s creative talents, and we wanted it to be more than just an art and craft sale – we wanted it to be an interactive, fun and festive gathering that all ages would enjoy. So, during the cold, dreary days of winter while longing for the warmth and color of springtime, we decided a Mayfaire would be the perfect way to get together and celebrate our creative community!”
In addition to art and craft vendors, there will be free entertainment and activities throughout the weekend.
Festive, renaissance and fairy attire are all welcome and encouraged! Along with all of the amazing artisanal items available, fairy crowns, face-painting and other hand-made festive accouterments will also be available for sale. The event hours are 10 am – 7pm on Saturday, and 11 am – 5 pm on Sunday.
Please join us at this FREE event as we celebrate springtime in the Blue Ridge Mountains!