It's that time again. The 2007 Summerlin Arts Festival, ably put together by La Strada dell'Arte and Celebration of the Arts, will be held this weekend to the delight of all art enthusiasts. The exact dates and times are September 29 and 30 from 10am to 5pm on both days and location is Summerlin Centre Community Park. Be there, they say.
The outdoor event expects to have about 120 amateur and professional artists show and sell their creations. Besides all this art, the festival also offers plenty of live entertainment. Among them is the Academy of Nevada Ballet Theatre which performs each day a couple of times. A chef from the Le Gordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts Las Vegas will hold ice and pumpkin carving demonstrations, obviously a fun event.
The Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian will send over a group of roving entertainers, although there is no word as to what exactly that includes. It's a surprise, I guess. Sixtiesmania and jazz musician David Van Such provide the live portion of the music program. And if you get hungry or thirsty while cruising the grounds, food and beverages will be on hand for purchase.
It is shaping up to be an entertaining weekend over the Summerlin way. More info at summerlin.com.