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Annual Holiday Arts Alive Festival to Run Nov. 28-30

The 29th Annual Arts Alive Holiday Arts and Crafts Festival will feature unique handcrafted items, explore their own creativity, view dynamic performances and listen to the sounds of local musicians. Traditionally, this popular annual event has been the place for early holiday shopping.
The three-day festival is held outdoors in a historic Danish West Indian farm known as Tillett Gardens. It is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 28 through Sunday, Nov. 30. Festival hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day, featuring works by local artisans, performances and special interactive, hands-on artistic activities. Meals, snacks, and beverages will be sold at Jack's Restaurant located in the gardens. Admission is free. Tillett Gardens is located near Four Winds Plaza on Route 38 East, 4126 Anna's Retreat.
The Tillett Gardens galleries and studios feature silk-screened fabrics, pottery, jewelry, candles, local crafts, and Tillett's famous silkscreen prints and maps. The garden will be surrounded by inviting kiosks and tables full of one-of-a-kind locally-produced items.
The festival offers a variety of free activities catering to art enthusiasts of all ages. Participants will have the opportunity to explore their own creativity and discover new forms of expression.
A variety of musical entertainment will be offered on the main stage from noon until 4 p.m. everyday. Performances by students from The Virgin Islands Institute of Performing Arts and Rebecca Faulkner's music school will also be featured on the main stage. Pistarckle Theater will perform scenes from "Miracle on 34th Street" and two one-act plays.
For more information about the festival, call 776-8566.

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