Salado’s 21st Annual Wildflower Arts & Crafts Festival
Saturday, March 27th and Sunday, March 28th from 10-5
The Salado Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to the 21st Annual Wildflower Arts & Crafts Festival. Held on the grounds of the Salado Civic Center at 601 N. Main Street you’ll enjoy over 40 vendors who have been verified as makers of only handmade goods. Expect to see talented artisans selling woodwork, jewelry, paintings, photography, pottery, toys, soaps, crochet, embroidery and more.
Free Parking is available throughout the Village and now with Main Street sidewalks complete, it’s very easy to stroll up and down Main Street to visit, eat, shop and stay!
This family friendly event offers local food trucks ready to serve great food, on-site, and live music to entertain you in the gazebo.
Tik Tok Social Media Influencer from @the_motovated_life , will be available for photo opportunities at a Meet and Greet Kickoff hosted by SophistiKatz Bead Emporium, Friday, March 26, 5pm to 8pm. There will be additional photo opportunities on Saturday, March 27, 9am to 12pm and 1pm to 4pm. SophistiKatz is located across the street from the vendor tents at 600 N. Main St, Salado.
All vendors and volunteers will be following the CDC COVID guidelines.
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About the Village of Salado
Salado, Texas, located on Interstate I-35 between the cities of Waco and Austin, was an original stop for the stagecoach lines and was home to the first co-educational college in the State of Texas. Salado was founded at the Old Military Road crossing of Salado Creek on October 8, 1859, coincident with the conception of Salado College. Founded by early Scottish settlers because of its plentiful springs and rich farmland, Salado became a center for commerce and culture. Today, Salado is a destination for a thriving creative arts and business community with an emphasis on providing visitors a unique shopping, dining and lodging experience.
For information on other events within the Village of Salado, visit Salado.com, or contact Amanda Organ with the Salado Chamber of Commerce.