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The Saint James Court Art Show

The 2017 St. James Court Art Show will be October 6-8.

(The St. James Court Fountain - a favorite meeting spot)

More than 700 fine artists and craftspeople from throughout North America converge the first full weekend of October for the Saint James Court Art Show. Ranked in the top ten fine art and craft shows in the this autumn tradition draws over 100,000 visitors every year who come to purchase unique handcrafted items directly from the hands that crafted them.

(17 medium categories are represented in fine art and craft)

The show is held in the heart of historic Old Louisville, which boasts the largest collection of Victorian homes in the country. Old Louisville is an elegant backdrop for this display of fine arts and contemporary crafts. Admission is free, and the event is held rain or shine. No pets please.

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Tuesday, November 21 2017
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