Natomas Arts

Celebrating all things ART in Natomas!

First Annual Natomas Harvest the Arts Festival This Weekend

Saturday and Sunday
October 8 & 9, 2011
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

South Natomas Library and Community Center

FREE!

Don’t miss the first annual Natomas Harvest the Arts festival!

Bring the whole family and a picnic lunch!

There will be chalk and panel art, kids arts and crafts, artists demos,  live music, dance,  a car show, face painting, theatrical makeup demo, and more!

Natomas Harvest The Arts is an annual fund raising arts festival organized by the Natomas Harvest of Inspiration, Inc.,  a California non-profit.  The entire Natomas community will benefit from the inspiration of watching artists and skilled craftspeople create works of art before their very eyes.  We hope to creatively inspire everyone who attends.  The funds we grant will fund projects that teach skills, talents, trades or crafts to the young people of the Natomas community.

It’s still not to late to participate as an artist, be a sponsor, volunteer to work the festival, or have  a craft booth.  Visit the Natomas Harvest the Arts website for more information.  Additional registration forms will be available at the festival.  (Under 18 need a parents signature to participate).

Also on Saturday October 8th 2-4 p.m. will be the South Natomas Library‘s 10 Year Anniversary Celebration.   Light refreshments, crafts for kids, and a group of magical performers from Happily Ever Laughter.

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Natomas Arts Festival Looking for Artists, Sponsors, Volunteers & More

The first annual Natomas Harvest the Arts Festival is scheduled for October 8 & 9 at the South Natomas Community Center and LIbrary.

Natomas Harvest The Arts is an annual fund raising arts festival organized by the Natomas Harvest of Inspiration, a California non-profit, to raise funds to purchase materials and supplies for selected projects that educate and train Natomas youth in the fine arts, performing arts, vocational arts, and other creative endeavors.

The entire Natomas community will benefit from the inspiration of watching artists and skilled craftspeople create works of art before their very eyes.  We hope to creatively inspire everyone who attends.  The funds we grant will fund projects that teach skills, talents, trades or crafts to the young people of the Natomas community.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to get involved.  Whatever crafts, trades, or skilled labor we have in our community, we want to teach it, demonstrate it, or celebrate it!

The festival is looking for more artists (for chalk art, panel art, lessons and/or demo’s), artisians, skilled craft workers, sponsors, volunteers, craft vendors, informational booths, food vendors and more.    Please visit the Natomas Harvest the Arts website for more information or to sign up.

 

 

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Book Sales Continue

If you missed the  South Natomas Affiliate of the Friends of the Sacramento Library semi-annual book sale on Saturday, March 12, 2011 don’t fret.  The Book Sale will continue in the South Natomas Library Community Room until March 22 during regular library hours.  This community event features a large assortment of books in all subject areas and all proceeds will be used to support library programs.   Contact the South Natomas Friends of the Library at southnatomasfol@yahoo.com for more information.

As a reminder the Friends of the North Natomas Library has a store located in the North Natomas Library and volunteers staff it for book sales during regular library hours.    The Friends’ Store at the North Natomas Library sells gently-used paperback and hardcover books, DVDs, CDs and magazines. All proceeds support programs and materials for children, teens, and adults at the branch.  Check the website or Facebook page for weekly specials.  You can also get on the mailing list by signing up inside the Friends’ Store.

Check out these book sales and support your local Natomas Libraries!  You never know what kind of literary treasure you may find!

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