Art and crafts to shine in Las Vegas

July 11, 2012 by  

Celebrating its 40th year, the 2012 Harvest Festival Original Art and Craft Show is scheduled for September 7 – 9 at the Cashman Center in Las Vegas.

The Cashman Center, located at 850 Las Vegas Boulevard North, was built in 1983 on 50 acres which were donated to the city by James Cashman, a well-known Southern Nevada leader at the time. Today, the $26 million dollar complex includes a 100,000 square-foot convention center with 16 meeting rooms, a stadium with seating capacity for approximately 9,000, and a theater with facilities to accommodate nearly 2,000 people.

The Harvest Festival Original Art and Craft Show is promoted as one of the biggest indoor events of its kind in the West Coast area. The festival includes handmade original jewelry, clothing, wood creations, ceramics, and photography among many other artisan exhibits. Specialty food stands are available throughout the venue and children are welcome to attend the family-friendly festival, as a special ‘Kidzone’ offering fun activities for youngsters will be available.

Both stage and strolling entertainment will be on offer throughout the three-day event. With various activities, booths, and exhibits scheduled, Las Vegas print companies are no doubt working closely with participants and organizers in providing such printing services as stationery and business card printing. In addition, other print requirements being fulfilled include poster, banner, and flyer printing.

More information about the Las Vegas 2012 Harvest Festival, as well as other cities in which the festival will take place throughout the coming months, is available on the Harvest Festival Original Art and Craft Show website.