Saturday, September 13, 2008

Mission West Fall Festival

Tah Gallery's Curator Coordinates Mission West Fall Festival

Art, Crafts, Food, Music And Fun for All at South Pasadena's Mission West Fall Street Arts Festival on September 20-21.

Tah Gallery's Curator Coordinates Mission West Fall Festival
South Pasadena, CA, September 12, 2008 --( Mark your calendar and save the date. The Mission West Fall Street Art Festival celebrates its 10th anniversary and guarantees visitors an exciting eclectic mix of art, food, fun and live entertainment in South Pasadena Mission West District. The weekend festivities are set for September 20 and 21, from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., starting at the Gold Line (Meridian Avenue), and continuing 3 blocks east to Fremont Avenue. Admission is free and plenty of parking is available.

South Pasadena takes pride in its small town character, gracious historic homes, tree-lined streets, fine retail establishments, award-winning restaurants, and welcoming charm. Small, proud and independent, the city has battled for a hundred years to preserve its status rich history. The Mission-West District is a great place for visitor exploration "a great walking area, with lots to see and do," explains event Coordinator, Sandy Taylor of Tah Gallery.

Taylor continued, "South Pasadena is the most charming city in the San Gabriel Valley, its long history of preservation, community action and spirit, independence and leadership, and evolving diversity, make it one of the most event friendly communities in the area. This town supports events and the area businesses are a big factor in selecting a city for any event and its "win-win" attitude makes it the perfect choice for our two-day event.

For event information contact Sandy Taylor at Tah Gallery, 626.441.6846 or the website at For vendor information contact del Mano Productions, (626) 798-6803 or visit the website:

This year's event returns to present a juried selection of over 100 fine artists and craftspeople, live entertainment, an international food court, and a children's area with rides, games and pint-sized amusements, sponsored by the Mission-West Association and the 5th year of Coordinator by Sandy Taylor of Tah Gallery.

Browse and buy from an impressive collection of juried works available for purchase, from fine art and photography, clothing and accessories, jewelry, sculptures, stained glass and kinetic art to hand-blown glass, porcelain and ceramics, paper and textiles, potpourri, soaps and candles, toys, and furniture, there is something for even the most finicky buyers. And do visit the local businesses' fine selections of art, gifts, fine food and treasures.

Contact Information
Tah Gallery
Sandy Taylor, Curator

Please contact Ray Leier at Del Mano Productions, 626.797.6803 for further Festival information and Vendor Applications or visit their website

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