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Sacramento, California

This fall, treat yourself to a decadent shopping experience and find the best holiday decorations and delicious Thanksgiving food items at the Sacramento Harvest Festival, happening November 19-21 at Cal Expo.

The Harvest Festivals are the largest indoor art and craft shows on the West Coast, showcasing over 24,000 American handmade items. Hundreds of vendors from across the United States will join together to exhibit and sell jewelry, pottery, original art, toys, woodwork, bath and body products, clothing, home décor and more. Plus, select culinary vendors will be providing food samples of delicious dips, fudges, olive oils, scones, marinades and jams, just in time for Thanksgiving.

The Harvest Festivals began 38 years ago in San Francisco and originated as a marketplace for artists to congregate and sell their handcrafted items. Today, the show still celebrates the creative, entrepreneurial spirit and its unique shopping and entertainment atmosphere continues to thrill customers from all over California and beyond. Each exhibitor is subject to a stringent jury process to be selected as a featured artisan, assuring that only the highest quality products will be offered at the show, and only items that are made in the USA are allowed entry. Many attendees love interacting with the renowned artists who create each individual item, watching live crafting demonstrations and getting their purchases personalized.

In addition to the shopping, the Sacramento Harvest Festival also offers live music and entertainment throughout the entire day. Cash Tribute will be appearing in several sets each day, covering the hits of “The Man in Black” with conviction and accuracy. Crowd favorites Tom Rigney and Flambeau will break out their fiery fiddling, as well several songs off their new album “Serious Fun”. There will also be strolling entertainers that roam the aisles and treat guests to up-close and personal songs and performances.

For the second year in a row, the Sacramento Harvest Festival has joined forces with the Elk Grove Community Food Bank to assist the non-profit with obtaining food donations. Anyone who brings a non-perishable food donation to the event will receive a $2 off admission coupon.

Don’t miss your only chance this year to experience a full weekend of gifts, entertainment, food, and fun and the Sacramento Harvest Festival.

Official Website: http://www.harvestfestival.com

Added by hyunx88 on April 30, 2010