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Saturday, June 2nd, 2018, 10am – 6pm

and Sunday, June 3rd, 2018 10am – 5pm.

We will joining more than 300 fine artists, crafters, food vendors, CA Certified farmers, musicians and entertainers in Montrose over this upcoming weekend!

You’re invited to look for us along Honolulu, in space #56 near the address of 2311 Honolulu Ave, closest to Ocean View Blvd.

The festival will span the 2200, 2300 & 2400 Blocks of Honolulu Ave.

Free Admission & Parking

for more info:   http://shopmontrose.com/montrose-arts-crafts-festival


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What is that intoxicating fragrance in the air?  Are those flower blossoms?
Is it already time to “Spring Forward” again on the clock?  (At 2 a.m. Sunday, March 8.)

Yes!  All indications suggest that it’s Spring…
which means the Wistaria Festival is coming!

Wistaria Festival in Sierra Madre
Sunday, March 15, 2015 from 9am – 5pm

We’ll be there!…with the Sierra Madre Friends of the Arts, which will feature many local Sierra Madre artists.  We’ll be at the corner of Windsor Lane and Sierra Madre Boulevard (just across the street from The Bottle Shop).

Please drop by to say hello on Sunday, March 15.  Happy Spring!

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Happy October!

Tracy and Soozee, aka Ramona Paloma Tile Studios,
will be participating in the 33rd Annual Village Venture Arts & Crafts Faire
on Saturday, October 25, 2014, 9:00am – 5:00pm. Rain or Shine.

This large artistic event is bordered by the streets, Indian Hill and College–east to west,
and by Fourth and First Streets–north to south, in Claremont.

Ramona Paloma will be in booth #583 located on First St–Eastbound,
noting that First Street is split into 2 one-way streets (eastbound and westbound).
We will be just below the Food Court and just above the Metrolink Depot.
We are also near the parking structure on West First Street–please see map below.

This large art festival will be held on the Saturday before Halloween.
It is host to a colorful children’s costume parade which winds through the streets
filled with artists and food vendors. It’s very festive!

Please look for booth #583 at the bottom part of this map.
And may we offer a bit of advice?…you might want to wear comfy shoes : )

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