First week of November features Art on the Boardwalk
Staff Reports | Digital Free Press
Shop artisan creations and gift items at the Fall Art on the Boardwalk by Sundance Creek Promotions.
Found at Arizona Boardwalk, 9500 East Vía de Ventura, the event is an outdoor festival to celebrate the fall season right in the heart of Talking Stick entertainment district from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday, Nov. 4, to Sunday, Nov. 6.
The event features free admission and parking.
In time for the holidays, Art on the Boardwalk will feature talented local and regional artisans exhibiting fine arts, crafts, home décor and specialty gift items within the intimate setting of the Arizona Boardwalk’s center courtyard, according to a press release.
Guests will enjoy live musical entertainment on Saturday and Sunday from noon to 3 p.m. by The Chacons, a brother and sister duo playing pop and classic rock songs with a soulful, jazz vibe.
Children may create their own work of art and enter the coloring contest.
Meet princess characters “Ariel” and “Elsa” along with the future-seeing “Bruno Madrigal” from Timeless Enchantments Arizona, an inclusive and diverse nonprofit charity group that volunteers to bring magic and smiles throughout Arizona.
The first 50 adults will receive a free tote bag on Friday morning at show opening when they come to the Sundance Creek Promotions booth. Budding artists from Salt River Elementary will display their masterpiece interpretations of Pablo Picasso in the student art exhibit.
Art on the Boardwalk in Scottsdale
“Art on the Boardwalk offers the perfect place to find a dazzling array of art and specialty gift items by masterful local artists and vendors. The one-of-a-kind items will impress everyone on your shopping list,” said Dina Giovale, event producer, Sundance Creek Promotions. “Don’t forget to ask artisans about customizations and special commission items to get the perfect size, shape or color for yourself or your home.”
As Scottsdale’s premier entertainment destination, the Arizona Boardwalk features several of the Valley’s most popular attractions, including OdySea Aquarium, Butterfly Wonderland and Pangaea: Land of Dinosaurs, in addition to multiple dining, shopping and amusement venues.
Attendees can start their creative adventure shopping one-of-a-kind creations at the Art on the Boardwalk festival. Then, visitors can learn about marine life, butterflies or interesting dinosaur facts. When guests get hungry, Johnny Rockets, Reef Snackbar or Pangaea Grill are ready to serve. Finish the afternoon listening to live entertainment, enter a kids coloring contest and shop more at the art festival. Guests may want to come back a second day, the release states.
Art on the Boardwalk attendees will appreciate Sundance Creek’s intimate festival shopping atmosphere to enjoy live music, beautiful fall weather and scenic desert mountain views.