52nd Annual Mandarin Art Festival - CANCELLED
Mark your calendars for April 3 & 4, 2021
EVERY DOLLAR COUNTS! The Mandarin Art Festival is a vital funding source for the Mandarin Community Club's preservation, education and beautification work in the Mandarin community. The Mandarin Community Club is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; all donations & contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
Whether it's your first or 50th visit to the Mandarin Art Festival, be sure to check our ABOUT & VISITOR INFO page to plan your visit with us on Easter weekend.
Volunteers are an important part of the Mandarin Art Festival. Club members and Mandarin-area residents are welcome and encouraged to participate. Volunteering is fun and a good way to become more involved with the Club and the Festival tradition. Students can earn community service credit hours.
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We are deeply indebted to our patrons, our artist exhibitors, our vendors, our sponsors, our volunteers, and all of our supporters who have been with us through this and other years.
Please consider patronizing the businesses below who, during these challenging times, graciously honored their commitments of support for the continued work of the Mandarin Community Club and the 2020 Festival, despite its forced cancellation.
As the Mandarin Art Festival is the sole fundraising event for the Mandarin Community Club, its non-profit host, please consider making a tax-deductible contribution in support of its preservation and beautification efforts within the Mandarin community. Any donation amount would be welcomed and much appreciated, and will help us to weather this storm.
Additionally, please consider patronizing those artists who would have been exhibiting at the Festival. For many, art festivals and other events are their sole source of income. Visit the Accepted Artists page of our website, which provides links to the websites of those available, where you may find contact information and even purchase art online.
EMILY AND LARRY LISSKA
WITH ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FROM
Pat and Dennis Adams
Jacksonville Farmers Market
Mary Matheson & Margaret McDowell
Sharon & Buzz Wagand
Almost Home Senior Services
Lynn & Kevin Cuda
Margaret Hall, Watson Reality Corp.
Jim & Sandi Hill
South Mandarin Chiropractic
Value-U-Vision of Beauclerc- Mandarin
The Lentil House
Tony Mitchell & Beau Williams