It’s no secret that we love St. Armands Circle in Sarasota. We look forward to our craft festivals, like this weekend’s 14th Annual St. Armands Circle Craft Festival, in that little corner of South Florida for many reasons. If you’ve been a loyal patron of our Sarasota craft festivals, you know what those reasons are. But what about those who have never been to our festivals? What can they expect from the experience?
What you can expect from visiting St. Armands Circle is a day of fun and excitement, whether you’re on your own or bringing family to tag along. St. Armands Circle has something for everyone.
• Over 150 shops make it easy for everyone in your entourage to find something they enjoy. From clothing boutiques to souvenir shops, you’ll find mementos that will stay with you for years to come.
• A variety of eateries and restaurants offer diversity for your lunch or dinner outings. Whether you’re just in the mood for a cup o’ joe or you’re craving a more substantial meal, the restaurants at St. Armands Circle offer plenty of variety to choose from.
• In the mood for some inspiration? St. Armands Circle features galleries where you can admire pieces from all over Sarasota. But if natural inspiration is what you seek, you’re within walking distance of sandy beaches and refreshing waves at Lido Key.
This weekend, join us at St. Armands Circle for our 14th year celebrating this exciting craft festival. Join crafters from all over Florida and the U.S. as they share their talents with patrons. Check out this wonderful sampling of crafters who will be in attendance at the show this Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Alina Eydel is a South Florida artist with colorful flair. Her artwork evokes the vibrant Florida lifestyle, and makes for the perfect gift for a Sunshine State lover.
T.C. Bodeker‘s jewelry creations, largely inspired by nature, are a lovely addition to any jewelry lover’s collection. Be sure to check him out.
Anne Mazzocchi, creator of Granny Annie’s gorgeous children’s clothing, creates one-of-a-kind outfits for little ones. Definitely must-haves for a summer wardrobe.
David Cerniglia and Susan McNichol, of MC Stoneworks, are a dynamic duo who utilize stonework and shells to create unique, lighting pieces.
Bonnie Reilly brings BonnieBags to St. Armands Circle, and with them she brings style and convenience in a beautiful, handcrafted package.
Don’t miss this weekend’s show in St. Armands Circle. Don’t forget to RSVP above and also, spread the word about the show. Finally, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more updates on the show.