Chamber of Commerce.
Alamo Art & Fine Craft Festival
Alamo / Danville, CA
May 7, 8, & 9, 1999
10am to 6pm
Mother's Day Weekend
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Planning is underway for the 1999 "Alamo Art & Fine Craft Festival".
For 27 years on Mother's Day weekend, stars of the contemporary art and fine craft community have been showcased in the village of Alamo, located in the heart of Contra Costa County.
For three days, the Alamo Plaza Shopping Center hosts the Bay Area's preeminent spring art and fine craft experience. Featuring the most desirable selections of contemporary arts and crafts available in Northern California, the "Alamo Art & Fine Craft Festival" celebrates the creative spirit in action.
The Mother's Day weekend festival has long provided an unparalleled opportunity for Bay Area collectors to meet with and buy directly from Northern California's premier artists and artisans. The festival features original works of art including paintings, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, fiber art, fine glass, woodwork, mixed media, and photography. From functional to decorative, the one of a kind and limited edition works of art highlight the beauty of inspired vision.
Local artists and artisans wishing to exhibit in this year's Festival can request an application from the show's director, John Holland. (707) 886-5355
Art Festival Production
Danville OrganizationsDanville California Chamber of Commerce
117E Town & Country Drive
Danville, CA 94526
Telephone: 925-837-4400 Fax: 925-837-5709
Serving the Communities of Alamo, Blackhawk, Danville & Diablo, California
Danville Schools the San Ramon Valley Unified School District
The district serves the children of these communities: Alamo, Diablo, Danville, Blackhawk and San Ramon. It also serves a portion of Walnut Creek.
699 Old Orchard Drive
Danville, CA 94526
Fax: 925-838-3147 Danville
Miscellany The population of Danville was:
1980 - 26,143
1990 - 31,306
2000 - 41,715
2001 - 43,000