3rd Annual Maple and Main Street Art Fair

Posted May 21st, 2014 by Jennifer Archer  Category: Arts & Entertainment


It’s bigger and better than ever! Join us for a free weekend of fine art, great music and good food in historic downtown Sylvania on Saturday, May 31 and Sunday, June 1. Over 100 artists will be taking part in the 3rd Annual Maple & Main Street Art Fair lining Main Street, from Monroe to Erie Streets.
Artist booths will be filled with a variety of art, jewelry, pottery and more along with a great line up of local musicians – from Jack and the Bear, Aaron Stark Band and others- taking to one of two open-air stages. 8 local food vendors including Rosies, Deets BBQ and Main Street restaurants will be serving up a variety of dishes along with beer and wine sales.
The event will run on Saturday May 31, from 11:00 am – 7:30 pm and on Sunday June 1st, from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. The main stage will feature a number of acts – a full listing of entertainment is posted at A second community stage, in the train barn of the Sylvania Historical Village, will feature different community groups and individuals performing, along with a children’s art tent.
A special children’s area with activities and a second music stage will be set up in the Historical Village on Main Street. A favorite with kids, the Wannabees, will perform on both days at 12:15pm on the Community stage in the Children’s area.
On Friday evening, May 30, the Sylvania Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a Gala honoring Sister Jane Mary at 6:00 pm, in the Train Barn of the historical village. Tickets are $40 and can be purchased through the Sylvania Chamber. This event is held in conjunction with the Sylvania Community Arts Commission and serves as a formal kick off for a weekend filled with the arts in Sylvania.
Maple & Main Information: ?? Gala Information:
Jennifer Archer, Executive Director ?Pat Nowak
Sylvania Community Arts Commission ?Sylvania Chamber of Commerce
419-517-0118 ?419-882-2135

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