As they say, the show must go on, and that is true for the First Sunday Arts event. However, they have made numerous changes to the event to make it safer during a world that is dealing with COVID. Temporarily gone are the days with 5 music stages, rows of food trucks, etc. that gave the event more of a festival feel. Today the event is downsized to allow for social distancing, crowd control and focuses on the main attraction, the artisans. The first change they made was givi
It has been an unusual spring and summer with most events canceled or switching to a virtual online experience. First Sunday Arts Festivals were forced to switch to a virtual experience this spring due to COVID-19. For July the event the First sunday arts is transitioning by offering both a virtual festival for those that are safer at home and a reformatted in-person art market for those ready to shop local artists in person.
On Sunday, July 5th from 11am to 5pm the First S
Usually, summers are filled with a wide range of festivals every weekend. These events provide jobs to local and regional artists, crafters, musicians, food purveyors, and a wide range of support staff. All of the festivals in the region canceled their spring festivals and as summer starts festivals are continuing to be canceled or postponed while elected officials watch COVID-19 stats to determine if and when outdoor music festivals, wine festivals, and art markets can reope