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51st Annual Mandarin Art Festival
April 20 - April 21, 2019
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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2019 CALL FOR ARTISTS
Applications for our 51st annual event, April 20-21, 2019, are now being accepted. Participant details and applications are available on our ARTIST INFORMATION page. We look forward to hearing from you!
EMILY AND LARRY LISSKA
WITH ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FROM:
PRIZE DRAWING DONORS
The Mandarin Art Festival Committee and the Mandarin Community Club would like to acknowledge and thank all those who contributed this year*:
Beach Diner (Mandarin) - Lee-Margaret Borland Photography
Bonefish Grill (Mandarin) - DeeDee and Jim Carey – Pat Corrado
Lynn and Kevin Cuda - Home Depot - Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL)
Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp Baseball (MLB)
Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens - Julington Creek Fish Camp
the "Mandarin Frog Man" - Mandarin Museum and Historical Society
Laura Miller - Members of the MCC Board of Directors
Newk’s - Peterbrooke Chocolatier (Mandarin) - Picasso's
Professional Golfers Association (PGA) - Publix Super Markets
Ripley's Believe It or Not - Saucy Taco - St. Augustine Alligator Farm
St. Augustine Scenic Cruise Line - St. Johns Riverkeeper
Still Life With Cat Studio - Steve Vaughn Photography
Sweet Pete's Candy Shop - Village Bread Company
Sharon Wagand - Betty Wolfe