Community Events

24th Annual Fall Best of the Northwest Art and Craft Show

WHERE
Smith Cove Cruise Terminal on Pier 91, 2001 W Garfield St, Seattle
WHEN
Friday, November 16, 2012 to Sunday, November 18, 2012
TIME
10am-6pm Fri and Sat; 10am-5pm Sun

The fall Best of the Northwest 24th annual art and fine craft show will be held Nov. 16-18 at Seattle’s Smith Cove Cruise Terminal on Pier 91 by the Magnolia Bridge.  

 There will be over 250 talented artists selling their amazing handcrafted work – everything from jewelry, designer clothing, paintings, works of glass, metal, wood, clay and more. Complete your holiday shopping in one stop, find unique decor for home and office.

 Be entertained onstage by musicians like Pearl Django, watch strolling performers and a festival fashion show. Enjoy a bite to eat and become inspired by art demonstrations. Many fine Washington wineries will be hosting wine tastings throughout the 3-day festival. Activities for all ages are planned. 

 Enjoy the bright upstairs space with the drop-dead views of the water, the city and the mountain - admission $6 (on-line) or $8 (at the door).  Children 12 and under are free.  Ample parking $5 all-day through Republic.  For tickets and information, visit www.nwartalliance.com

 Event Sponsor: NW Art Alliance

 Phone Number: (206) 525-5926

 Web Site: http://www.nwartalliance.com

 Public Email: annmarie@nwartalliance.com

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