Sierra Nevada Arts and Crafts Festival (Labor Day Weekend)

September 3-4, 2022 10am-5pm
Bristol's Cafe Parking Lot, Arnold

The 50th Annual Sierra Nevada Arts and Crafts Labor Day Festival is held in the center of downtown Arnold, a mountain resort town on the road to Bear Valley Ski Resort on Highway 4, among the pines and redwoods, on the grounds of Bristol’s Ranch House Café’. The Labor Day weekend festival will feature high-quality, hand-crafted artisans, specialty food and antiques that will make this a memorable event for many years to come! Enjoy the crisp mountain air as you walk among the booths and try the specialty food while enjoying the wonderful mountain environment.

The Event's Cuisine

The Event's Artists

Heller Enterprises

placemats, potholders, plastic bag holders, paperback book covers, gift bags, coasters, tortilla warmers/potato bags, cork wreaths, stuffed pumpkins (seasonal), xmas wreaths and tree skirts (seasonal)

Katizzi

We design and create original jewelry that combines beautiful natural woods, and handmade lampwork beads. We have recently partnered with One Tree Planted to donate a tree for every set of wood earrings that we sell. We have also partnered with Sa …

Bob’s Woodworks

Handcrafted wildlife wooden clocks and trees.

Hatch Iron Works

Iron works for yard

Fractured Art Co.

CUSTOM AND PREMADE FRACTAL BURNED WOOD ART.

HarvJan’s Crafts

intarsia [in-tahr-see-uh]: An art or technique of decorating a surface with inlaid patterns, esp. of wood mosaic, developed during the Renaissance. Intarsia is the making of decorative and pictorial mosaics by laying precious, exotic and domestic woods …

Ken Mayer Photography

Ken Mayer is a photographer living in Sonora.  He has been a member of Professional Photographers of America since 2014.  His work can be seen on several mediums such as; web site, paper, metal and canvas.  Known for his landscape and se …

Vendor Information

The 50th Annual Sierra Nevada Art’s and Craft’s Festival ( Labor Day  weekend) is held in the center of downtown Arnold, a mountain resort town on the road to Bear Valley Ski Resort on Highway 4, among the pines and redwoods, on the grounds of Bristol’s Ranch House Café’. The Festival is open to all craftspeople, artists, antique dealers, and some commercial, and all types of food booths .

Booth fees are $250 for a 10 by 10 (NO Commission)

All food vendors – pre-packaged as
well as prepared foods now have to get a Calaveras County Health Dptm. permit – $92 for a single event; $95 for an annual permit.

Antique dealers please email  for pricing