The 35th Annual Montrose Arts and Crafts Festival last weekend had a wide variety of items for sale from seashell wind chimes to tie-dyed T-shirts. Over 300 vendors provided unique items for sale to thousands of visitors. Shoppers were also entertained by live music as they enjoyed shopping for unusual and one-of-a-kind crafts.
As visitors walked from booth to booth, kids had fun crawling up an inflatable ladder to slide through a tiger’s mouth, stop by to get their face painted or pet exotic chickens at the petting zoo.
Lots of lemonade, and food booths and trucks were on hand to replenish shoppers so they keep in pursuit of the ultimate gift.