The first weekend in April is always a fun and extremely busy weekend for St. George. One, it is normally a long weekend for many due to it being Easter weekend and second, being that the City of St. George hosts it’s annual St. George Art Festival. The St. George Art Festival will be held on April 3rd and 4th, 2015, and this year marks it’s 36th year!

The St. George Art Festival first started out with only local artists, but has now expanded with artists coming to be part of our popular festival from all over the United States. There are only so many artist booths at the festival available each year, so they are selected from hundreds of artist entries submitted to showcase at the art festival. For more specifics on the St. George Art Festival, visit their website online at: http://www.sgcity.org/artfestival/index.php

The St. George Art Festival is set up in St. George’s very own Town Square. It is such a fun place already and even more going on while the festival is set up! It is an extremely family-friendly event and there is lots going on over the course of the festival. To enter the festival is free! There are lots of incredible artists showcasing their work, delicious food vendors serving their best, and performances taking place regularly throughout the festival as well. Town Square alone offers so much as it is, including: the carousel, bronze statue collections, a splash pad, and a waterfall and river that the kids will not want to stop playing in! Not to mention, the St. George Children’s Museum is right next door as well.

The weather during this time of year in St. George is so perfect it will make you feel like you never want to leave our oasis here in the desert. So pack your weekender with the necessities for visiting the St. George sunshine and book your stay with us today! Follow the link below to look at our available St. George Vacation Rentals before it’s too late! It’s the perfect place to getaway to enjoy the sunshine and our fun local events!

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