Native American Arts Fair
Saturday November 18, 2023, 9am-2pm
Mission Garden–throughout the garden
This event is free. All monetary gifts are appreciated. Your gifts help the garden grow.
Every year Mission Garden hosts Native American artists who exhibit and sell their products. They are of many tribal affiliations and they work in a wide variety of media. These include ceramics, basketry, jewelry, gourd decorations, carvings, beadwork, clothing, paintings, and more.
Some artists will be demonstrating their crafts at their booths. This is one of the Mission Garden’s biggest and most colorful events of the year.
Free event. Your monetary gifts to the garden are appreciated, and they help the garden grow.
The garden opens at 8am with the Fair starting at 9am (some vendors come from great distances and need time to set up). This is a great opportunity to see the work of some of the finest Native American artists working today!
Food vendors will be available in the garden so come and stay for lunch. You will also be seeing the lovely Mission Garden with its winter-spring crops starting to grow. This includes white Sonora wheat and many leafy vegetables, root crops, favas, and garbanzo beans.
The Garden Shop will be open as well, selling a variety of books, shirts, packaged heritage foods, and many other gift items.
There will also be food vendors, so you can pick up some lunch while you are here!