The Harvest Festival This weekend Nov 2016

Get Some Holiday shopping Done

By Macaroni Kid Roseville-Rocklin-Lincoln November 16, 2016
The Sacramento Harvest Festival®, known as the largest indoor arts and crafts show on the West Coast, will arrive at Cal Expo on November 18-20 for a full weekend of shopping, live entertainment and family fun. 
The Harvest Festival showcases over 24,000 unique items that are all handmade and embellished right here in the USA.  Shoppers are treated to items such as original art, jewelry, clothing, specialty foods, photography, toys, home décor and more. Guests can meet hundreds of artisans and can get many personalized touches added to each gift. 
Headlining the entertainment this year is James Garner's Tribute to Johnny Cash and Tom Rigney and Flambeau. James Garner’s Tribute to Johnny Cash takes audiences on a musical journey as the band recreates the life of the legendary “Man in Black”. Tom Rigney and Flambeau will also grace the Harvest Festival stage, playing their upbeat brand of Cajun and Zydeco music. From furious fiddling to beautiful waltzes, Tom Rigney always gets the crowd up and dancing. 
Kids of all ages can take part in the hands-on craft activities at the interactive KidZone. Hosted by Nature of Art for Kids, a company offering non-toxic and repurposed art supplies, the KidZone offers a space for kids to exercise their imagination and create an art project which they can take home with them. Located directly next to the KidZone is free child ID kit station, hosted by New York Life. 
The AT&T Pioneers have once again been selected as the official non-profit partner of the Sacramento Harvest Festival. The volunteer network, which helps local communities through aid to educational programs, local food drives, and natural disasters, will receive half of the proceeds from shopping bag sales, as well as all the proceeds from the parcel check and gift wrapping station. 
The Sacramento Harvest Festival will also host a food drive onsite to benefit Elk Grove Food Bank Services. Anyone who brings a non-perishable food donation to the show will receive $2 off a general or senior admission. 

Harvest Festival website

Macaroni Kid Roseville-Rocklin-Lincoln was given tickets for this giveaway and for personal use by the Harvest Festival