Waynesville’s 2018 Church Street Arts & Crafts Festival


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Church Street Arts and Crafts Show

Fall is quickly approaching, which means we’re getting that much closer to Waynesville’s annual Church Street Art and Craft Show! Come visit downtown Waynesville on October 13, 2018 from 10:00 am–5:00 pm and help us celebrate 35 years of one of the finest juried art shows in the southeast.

So, what can you expect from this event? Imagine over 125 artists, crafters, and food vendors lining Waynesville’s Historic Main Street to help transform our town into an art and craft marketplace. Artwork from local and regional artists will be displayed, so you can discover a variety of arts and crafts including pottery, jewelry, woodworking, watercolors, photography, and much more.


After checking out the artwork and watching artist demonstrations throughout the day, you will definitely want to stick around for the live entertainment featuring traditional mountain music, clogging, and Scottish pipes. In addition, our wide selection of shops and restaurants will be open, so you can experience some of the eclectic shopping and eating experiences that put Waynesville on the map.


Locals and visitors come together every year for this event to experience this special combination of the art, entertainment, and food that make Waynesville so unique. Come see for yourself why the Church Street Art and Craft Festival is widely known as one of the finest art shows in the region.

Planning on attending? Make sure that you take plenty of photos and share them with us on social media using #HAYNOW. We love to see your adventures, and you might get featured in upcoming social and blog posts!

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