Sawdust Art Festival’s 24th Annual Winter Fantasy
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Weekends: November 22 through December 21, 2014 open 10am-6pm
The festival grounds will be transformed into a winter wonderland where 175 artists create, display and sell original creations over the course of four weekends. The Winter Fantasy offers the most unique holiday shopping in all of Southern California. Art media includes jewelry, clothing, fused and blown glass, ceramics, woodwork, forged metals, painting, photography, sculpture, clothing and textiles.
Experience unique artwork by 175 artists, live holiday entertainment, great outdoor cafes, art classes and demonstrations, petting zoo, Santa and much, much more! With amazing art gifts, thousands of holiday decorations and picture-perfect moments, the Sawdust’s Winter Fantasy will become your family’s holiday tradition.
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The Original Farmers Market in Los Angeles transforms for their FALL FESTIVAL on OCTOBER 18 & 19, 2014,. This FREE event will be held all day long.
Each Fall, Farmers Market celebrates the harvest with a great, family-friendly festival. In addition to crafts and entertainment, the Festival features several bands playing country, bluegrass and western swing, and special acts just for children. Fall Festival offers very special activities, too including a petting zoo, Agventure Play Land and Artisan Alley. You will also find the Market and its merchants fully decorated!
The Original Farmers Market is located at: 6333 W.3rd St. Los Angeles, CA 90036
– See more at: ww.farmersmarketla.com
Pumpkinpalooza is here! This month at Zoomars there are no tricks, just a treat. Visit during the month of October and you’ll receive a special offer good November 1st through Christmas!
In addition to their petting zoo, they offer rides on their mini-train or saddle up for a pony ride or pan for treasures at Miner’s Gulch. Swirl and slide in the playground or lose yourself silly in the giant corn box.
ZOOMARS PETTING ZOO
31791 Los Rios Street
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
Open Daily from 9am to 5pm
Admission: Adults $10.00, Children 17 and under $8.00, Infants 12 months and under FREE, Seniors $9:00, Military $7.00
(Additional fees apply for horse 7 pony rides, train rides, feed, panning, etc.)
For the next 5 days Zoomars has a great offer through -$25 for Admission for Four with Two Train Rides and Two Pumpkins to Decorate at Zoomars.
For the next 5 days Zoomar’s has a great offer through Groupon -$25 for Admission for Four with Two Train Rides and Two Pumpkins to Decorate at Zoomars.
Zoomars is a one of a kind and hay bales of fun. We’re good times,friendly animals and the happiest folks you’ll ever meet. For the past 30 years our little zoo has charmed more than three million visitors.
The 22nd Annual Pumpkin Festival where you can choose from thousands of pumpkins right out of the patch is right around the corner.
Eat and play games at the College of Agriculture student club booths or head over to our popular Insect Fair featuring nearly 500,000 live and preserved insects (runs from 9am-5pm).
There is also a corn maze, a petting zoo, horse rides, entertainment, and lots of activities for kids! If you like pancakes, get there early for the pancake breakfast Saturday morning only from 8am-11am. Bring your appetite!
For the safety of all our guests, no animals are permitted at the Pumpkin Festival.
Where: Cal Poly Pomona Farm Store, 4102 S. University Drive, Pomona, CA 91768
When: October 18 and 19, 2014
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Admission and Parking: FREE (handicap parking with golf cart transport is available in lot “B”)
Pumpkins from the patch: $5 each
Pancake Breakfast (Saturday only 8am-11am): $5 for adults, $4 for students, seniors, military, and kids 12 and under
Prices vary for individual activities such as the corn maze, horse rides and the petting zoo.
Prices are subject to change.
No animals are permitted at the pumpkin Festival , Cash Only-ATM machines are available, All proceeds support College of Agriculture student clubs and activities, as well as farm operations.
Click here to view a timelapse of the Pumpkin Festival.