UPDATE 11:30am: The Stockholm Art Fair is calling it a wrap at 1:00. Thank you to all the vendors, artists, musicians, and most especially the volunteers who make this wonderful event happen. Please check out our artists on the website and see them where they are. https://stockholmartfair.org.
UPDATE: Yes, the Stockholm Art Fair is up and running! We have some water issues, of course, because it’s raining! Fortunately the storms are moving along nicely and the forecast is that they may pop in and out today. Follow the signs to park up the hill and know that we are here for you!! – SAF Committee
The 46th Annual Stockholm Art Fair
July 20, 2019, 10am-5pm
Art Fair Parking Options:
Parking available for $10 in the park. Includes some limited handicapped spots.
Free Parking – Free Shuttle
Follow signs into village center, then up to the ‘Hej Field’ on the corner of Mill & 3rd Streets. Every 10-15 minutes: Two 24-person school buses loop from the ‘Hej Field” Parking to our Post Office corner leading into the park. (donations appreciated)
Limited parking on village streets & Hwy 35. Please stay safe as you walk along Hwy 35/ The Great River Road to and from Stockholm Art Fair. ‘Hej Field’ Parking encouraged with cool & comfortable shuttle service.
Looking Forward to Seeing You Saturday!
As loyal followers already know, the 46TH Annual Stockholm Art Fair is destined to be a festive, five-sensory soiree. But for those who have never attended the one-day event, to be held on July 20, 2019, 10am-5pm, it’s probably the best blind date you’ll ever have.
Step into Stockholm’s village park and fall madly in love with 105 of the regions most talented artists. Let the swooning continue over locally sourced food and drink, four musical acts, open-all-day village galleries and cafes, and the annual commemorative poster designed by Jan Eckhart and illustrated by local plein air painter, Matt Anderson.
There’s singing and dancing, eating and drinking. And there’s that private moment when newcomers and regulars alike stop, reflect, and congratulate themselves on their one-of-a-kind acquisitions from the comfort of a hay bale in front of our Village Park sound stage.
You’ve got seven hours. Don’t miss it. Because when the clock strikes 5pm, it’s all over.
Until next year.