Our Next Art Festival — 88th Candy Dance Arts and Crafts Fair

The last weekend in September, we are headed for Genoa, Nevada for the 88th Annual Candy Dance Arts and Crafts Fair.  We haven’t been to this Fair, but we heard great things from a couple different people.  So, we thought we would give it a try.  It is a long drive for us, about 10 hours.

We are working hard creating more glass.  We have been selling a lot of glass pendants and glass earrings, so I have been making more.  We also need more Fused and Slumped Grey Goose Vodka Bottles, because they are always a big hit at Art Festivals. 

Maybe we will see you there!

Christine — Glass Artist


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2 Responses to “Our Next Art Festival — 88th Candy Dance Arts and Crafts Fair”

  1. Janice Stowers Says:

    Hello, The Candy Dance is one of the biggest craft fairs in the area (hopefully it will still be well attended this year –economic situtation). I am a glass artist living in this area but haven’t done any craft fairs as it is too difficult for me, time wise, to create a large inventory. I will not be able to attend this year or I would stop by your booth. Good luck and enjoy! The weather should be beautiful!

    Janice Stowers

  2. Christine Masters Says:

    Hi Janice,

    We just got back from the Candy Dance Arts and Crafts Fair and we did pretty well. There were a lot of people on Saturday, but Sunday was much slower. The weather was beautiful both days, highs in the 80’s.

    We are planning on going back next year, so perhaps you will be able to attend.


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