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Aurora Arts Festival 2013 At the Aurora Cultural Arts District, Colorado

The Aurora Arts Festival is an annual festivity in the Aurora Cultural Arts District

Come play with us!

We’ll have fun with all the arts and crafts activities, demonstrations, art vendors, small business booths and even games and live music! This Aurora Arts Festival is an all-family event held every year at the Fletcher Plaza, right in the heart of the Aurora Cultural Arts District.

The Aurora Cultural Arts District is just 30 minutes from the front doors of the Fairfield Inn & Suites Denver Aurora/Parker Hotel, just enough driving time to relax and enjoy the ride before you arrive. What we’re saying is, if you need a hotel near the Aurora Cultural Arts District – or more specifically, a hotel near the Aurora Arts Festival, we’re your best choice. You want fresh, clean rooms?That’s us. Great service? C’mon in.Kid-friendly? That’s our middle name! But back to the Festival – (Image Source)

Aurora Arts Festival

Aurora Arts Festival

Every year the Aurora Cultural Arts District holds its annual Aurora Arts Festival right on East Colfax Avenue in the heart of Aurora Cultural Arts District. But wait till you hear the best part: it’s free. Totally free. Bring the family – even the extended ones – and friends, neighbors and anyone else you know who will love an entertaining and free afternoon.

This year, the Aurora Arts Festival is June 29 from noon to five. It’s outside and – oh yeah, we already told you it’s free. Did we mention our hotel is just 30 minutes from the District and the Aurora Arts Festival?

The subsequently Aurora Arts Festival is Sat, June 29, 2013 as of 12pm to 5pm.

Not convinced you should attend? We’re not done yet – check out photos from previous festivals and you’ll be hooked. Go to auroraartsdistrict.com/events-2/aurora-arts-district-festival/, scroll down the page and check out all the photos.

What you’ll see are a whole lot more reasons to set aside June 29 from noon to five for Aurora Arts Festival. For example, how about the animals? Did you see the donkey photo, with its up-close-and-personal view? The kids will love the petting zoo and so will you!

Don’t miss the artist demonstrations, like the potters working away on this bright, sunny summer day. You can watch a pro demonstrate throwing a pot and you can wander through finished pots and objects ready to beautify your home. Or find a special gift among the many vendors – anything and everything arts and crafts on display all afternoon @ Aurora Arts Festival.

And the food!How about something hot of the grill, tasting like a little slice of summertime heaven. You can enjoy your favorite summer food and great local music all at the same time.

The kids will love the face painting. We’re thinking your kids could bring pictures or ideas of a favorite character. Of course there are so many available on the spot they may want to choose right there.One of the online photos is a green-faced Invader with a wicked grin from ear-to-ear – eek!

Is there a car buff in the fam? You’ll want to plan a leisurely stroll through the vintage restored cars, where you can talk to the owners and restorers. Swap stories, ask questions, touch and admire. For a car buff, there is no better way to spend an afternoon.

Accommodations near the Aurora Cultural Arts District.

Whatever you decide, you’ll have a blast at the Aurora Arts Festival in the heart of the Aurora Cultural Arts District, where you can find the best hotel for your weekend’s stay just 30 minutes away at the Fairfield Inn & Suites Denver Aurora/Parker Hotel. Bring the kids, bring the parents, bring the friends and neighbors and prepare to have fun, laugh a lot and make memories for one special weekend.

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