A day by the Otonabee River...
Enjoy an outdoor summer day of Jazz,
Art and Crafts in
Lakefield July 6, 2013
The 15th annual Lakefield Jazz Art Craft Festival
invites you, your friends and family to come to a breezy day of outdoor summer
living July 6 beside Lakefield's scenic Otonabee River to enjoy a wide
variety of Jazz music, colourful works for sale by artisans and crafters, plus interesting foods and ice cold beverages.
Admission is a $5.00 Minimum Donation per Person
Arts and crafts exhibits
open at 10:00 a.m., musicians will be performing from 11:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Be prepared to view and buy some creative works
by about 30+ artisans and crafters who will be attending their booths offering
paintings, jewellery, furniture, carvings, weaving for sale.
There's also a dance pavilion next to the bandstand -
organizers know from past years that you'll be "in the mood" as the rhythmic
sounds of this year's performers get you up and moving through the day.
2012 Festival Supporters
Tom and Martha Muskett
Doug Van Hemessen
Sarah and Bruce McMahon
Kenny and Kerri Doughty
Janie and Dugan Downey
Talk to any of our volunteers during the day for information about the Festival
and the village.
|Click on Our Sponsors
to see who's supporting this
Thanks also to The
Township of Selwyn for graciously backing the Lakefield
Jazz Art & Craft Festival with all kinds of assistance in terms of equipment,
park facilities, publicity and staff guidance to the event's volunteer committee.
Our volunteers during the day will be glad to offer
about the Festival and the village.
Township of Selwyn
1310 Centre Line,
Township of Selwyn
Attn: Recreation Department
P.O. Box 270
Directions: (click on Map to the Festival) Lakefield is north of Peterborough, an hour and 40 minute
driving time from Toronto's Yonge St. and the 401. Take 401 East to 115 north,
and just north of Peterborough continue east onto Hwy #7. Proceed to Hwy #28 formerly 134 and go north.
Go north until you reach Strickland Street and head into Lakefield.
At the stop turn right and then Left just before Lakeland restraunt.
This will be posted as the Jazz Fest parking area.
Parking lot and nearby streets offer limited parking
And bring along a sun hat and maybe your
favorite sling-back folding summer chair.
See you there! July 5, 2014!