Santa Barbara Arts and Crafts Show Announces Dates of Holiday Season Shows
The Santa Barbara Arts and Crafts Show announced its holiday schedule, which will include all Sundays from now through the end of the year, and two special Saturday shows: November 27 and December 18.
Locals will be familiar with the Arts and Crafts Show as a staple of Sundays at the waterfront. The Show extends along the beach side of Cabrillo Boulevard, from Stearns Wharf to Calle Cesar Chavez. Every member of the Show lives in Santa Barbara County and personally creates unique items ranging from ceramics, jewelry, and clothing to paintings, photography, and sculpture. A full list of Show members and their specialties is available online at SantaBarbaraCA.gov/ArtsAndCrafts.
“We don’t have supply chain issues, and shopping in our safe, outdoor market is about as environmentally-friendly as it gets,” said Jason Bryan, Senior Recreation Supervisor, who serves as Arts and Crafts Show administrator for the City of Santa Barbara. “Visitors to the Show will enjoy the beautiful view from Chase Palm Park and meet some of Santa Barbara’s most creative artistsâand these extra Saturday shows will give them more time to find perfect holiday gifts.”2021 Holiday Season Arts and Crafts Show Information
Sunday, November 21
Saturday, November 27
Sunday, November 28
Sunday, December 5
Sunday, December 12
Saturday, December 18
Sunday, December 19
Sunday, December 26
Friday, December 31
The Show operates from 10:00 a.m. until dusk.
Where to park
Show visitors can find convenient, nearby paid parking in City of Santa Barbara parking lots at Cabrillo Boulevard and Garden Street.About the Santa Barbara Arts and Crafts Show
The Santa Barbara Arts and Crafts Show, which is one of the longest-running continuous, non-juried arts festivals in the world, was founded in 1965. The City of Santa Barbara has sponsored the Show since 1966. Membership in the Show is fee-based and is open to the public. For more information, please visit the Show’s website at SantaBarbaraCA.gov/ArtsAndCrafts or sbaacs.com.