Cape Coral Festival of the Arts

The Cape Coral Festival of the Arts has great art, food, fun, activities for kids and pets, and people-watching too.

It happens on Saturday and Sunday, January 14-15, 2017 ........ from 10AM-5PM.

Cape Coral Parkway is closed down to make room for over 300 juried artists from all over the country.

You will find paintings, photography, jewelry, pottery, sculpture, clothing, metalwork, and fine crafts.

So, get down to the festival and spend some of that money that you got for Christmas!

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It's also a great place to shop for items to decorate your home and give it a tropical flair.

cape coral art festival

I especially like to look at the jewelry and landscape paintings with tropical themes.

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It's so nice to be able to get out and stroll around outside in the middle of January!

Sometimes it can be quite cold out, but it's often warm enough where you don't even need a jacket.  Artist's booths are lined up and down the Parkway, and there is also a section of food vendor's booths too.

Shops and galleries that line the street are open as well, and some have sidewalk sales inside or out.

There is music playing, either from restaurants or from musicians who have set up on the street.

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We also love to watch the people walking by and especially their pets.  Look for the festival's activities for pets, which help to encourage people to bring them and to add to the fun.

For more information, you can go to the Cape Coral Festival of the Arts website.

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Related Pages to Cape Coral Festival of the Arts

Burrowing Owl Festival
Cape Coral Irish Festival
Taste of the Cape
Sounds of Jazz and Blues Festival
Cardboard Boat Regatta
Viva Cape Coral
Kids Fishing Derby
Great American Picnic
Red, White, and Boom
Mango Mania
Local Dog Show

Peace Day in the Park
Columbus Day Parade
Cape Coral Oktoberfest
Coconut Festival
Tree Lighting Ceremony
Christmas Boat Parade
Creative Coast Weekends
Harbour View Gallery
Cape Coral Art
New Years Eve



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