Gorgeous creations meet natural beauty at the upcoming Art on the Rocks at the Falls 2020. This exciting event takes place on picturesque Noccalula Falls from September 19 to 20. Artists, vendors, and outdoor lovers alike all have something to look forward to at this creative showcase.
What is Art on the Rocks at the Falls 2020?
Each year, Art on the Rocks at the Falls arrives back in town for another sensational showcase. The year 2020 brings the newest incarnation of the juried show.
Whether you’re a creator or you simply can appreciate works of beauty, you can find something worth seeing at the show. Art fans, sellers, and artists all gather together—but not too close—at Noccalula Falls during this annual festival. There, you can compete, win prizes, and see some amazing handmade pieces from local artists. And while you’re there, you can always picnic and explore the Falls after you check out the arts and crafts show!
Art on the Rocks at the Falls 2020 will flow into town on September 19 and 20. It will last from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Tickets cost $4 for children aged 4 to 12, military members, and seniors. Regular adult tickets cost $6. Kids aged 3 and younger can get in for free. Find the fun at Noccalula Falls Park on 1500 Noccalula Road.
A Quick Safety Reminder
Remember, we should all be doing our part to protect others! That means wearing a mask and staying six feet or farther from those not in our households. You can also bring hand sanitizer with you as well. Finally, please follow all posted signage and verbal directions from employees. Thank you for taking care of your community!
Noccalula Falls, exhibitions, and handmade creations up for sale– Art on the Rocks at the Falls 2020 sure paints a pretty picture. If your month needs a bit more color, consider adding a trip to this showcase to your calendar this month.
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