Press Release

For Immediate Release 

 

Event Date: April 10, 11, 12, 2015

 

Craft Festival returns to the Las Vegas Cashman Center for its 33rd Annual Festival, April 10, 11, 12

 

This show demands that all exhibitors present and maintain high standards of originality. The Craft Festival does not allow any mass produced, imported or commercial items to be sold at this event.

 

 

Las Vegas, Nevada, March 23, 2015 (McKenzieNewsService.com) -  The Craft Festival returns to the Las Vegas Cashman Center for its 33rd Annual Festival, April 10 to 12, 2015. This high quality festival was the very first public event at the Cashman Center in March of 1983. The Craft Festival has become a Las Vegas tradition during its 33 years.

 

Two-hundred craft workers from all over the United States will be showing their fine wares. There are people exhibiting at this annual festival from as far away as Montana, Idaho, Colorado, New Mexico, Washington and Oregon. This show demands that all exhibitors present and maintain high standards of originality. The Craft Festival does not allow any mass produced, imported or commercial items to be sold at this event. All work featured for sale and display is created by the artist in the booth. Craft categories include: jewelry, pottery, leather, woodwork, fiber, glass, sculpture, toys, fine art, and weaving.

"Come see for yourself,  the quality of the show is unsurpassed," says promoter Steve Powers. "Real artists and craftspeople are pretty much a vanishing bred. Itís not an easy way to make a living. They travel thousands of miles each year hoping to make a profit so they can  put food on their families table, pay their mortgages and keep self-employed," Steve continues.
 
The Craft Festival is a handmade in America craft show. Made in America craft shows are very rare these days. Steve Powers maintains his show standards by allowing only original handmade in America work by the exhibitor. His loyal customers expect that and he has adhered to this standard for the past 32 years.

 

Admission for Adults: $7.00; Seniors 65+: $6.00; Ages 12-17: $2.00; children 11 and under are admitted free.
 
Hours:  Friday: 10-6pm; Saturday: 10am-6pm; Sunday: 10am-5pm

 

The Cashman Center is located at 850 N Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Details: www.stevepowers.com/public/LasVegasSpringPublic.html 
 
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Glass Sculpter Dennis Johnson

 

Don Noble, wood turner from Aspen Colorado.

 

 

Jonathan Kates, Tie Dye Artist

 

 

Wood Jewelry Designer Anna Pavlova

 

 

 

 

 Media Contact    

 

Media Contact: Steve Powers Email: steve@stevepowers.com Phone: (805) 434-3306

Media Visits: Complimentary media visits for journalists on assignment or with approved credentials. If you are unable to accept a courtesy visit, a press rate can be negotiated. 


Steve Powers & Co. Inc.

PO Box 1840, Templeton, CA 93465

Web: www.stevepowers.com

 

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The Craft Festival returns to the Las Vegas Cashman Center for its 33rd Annual Festival, April 10 to 12

The Craft Festival returns to the Las Vegas Cashman Center for its 33rd Annual Festival, April 10 to 12, 2015. This high quality festival was the very first public event at the Cashman Center in March of 1983. The Craft Festival has become a Las Vegas tradition during its 33 years. Two-hundred craft workers from all over the United States will be showing their fine wares. There are people exhibiting at this annual festival from as far away as Montana, Idaho, Colorado, New Mexico, Washington and Oregon. This show demands that all exhibitors present and maintain high standards of originality. The Craft Festival does not allow any mass produced, imported or commercial items to be sold at this event. All work featured for sale and display is created by the artist in the booth. Craft categories include: jewelry, pottery, leather, woodwork, fiber, glass, sculpture, toys, fine art, and weaving. The Craft Festival is a handmade in America craft show. Made in America craft shows are very rare these days. Steve Powers maintains his show standards by allowing only original handmade in America work by the exhibitor. His loyal customers expect that and he has adhered to this standard for the past 33 years.

Admission for Adults: $7.00; Seniors 65+:$6.00; Ages 12-17: $2.00; children 11 and under are admitted free. Hours:  Friday, 10-6;  Saturday, 10-6; Sunday, 10-5. The Cashman Center is located at 850 N Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV. Details: www.stevepowers.com/public/LasVegasSpringPublic.html 

 


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