44th Annual Labor Day Arts Fair
Visit Lions Park in Red Lodge for the 44th Annual Labor Day Arts Fair in Red Lodge Montana. This one-day art fair organized by the Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery, recently voted as the 2023 Best of Montana Art Show in Distinctly Montana, will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday, September 4, 2023. It is free and open to the public.
Dozens of artists will converge on Lions Park, which is adjacent to the historic train depot, to offer a creative assortment of art and fine crafts. Artisans will bring their very best items to include fine art, sculpture, glass, photography, jewelry, pottery, wood carving, paintings, greeting cards, and so much more. Plan to meet the artists and get to know more about their work. Also take time to shop for that special occasion or indulge in something just for yourself. This year we have many of the favorite vendors as well as several new vendors. So, come to the Red Lodge Labor Day Arts Fair to check it out.
In addition to the arts and fine crafts, there will be painting demos.
Schedule: 9-10:30 a.m. Rimrock Artists painting demos
10:30 a.m. - Zumba with Sam Thomas
12-2 p.m. Live radio with FM 99.3
2:30-4 p.m. Rimrock Artists painting demos
Of course, the Labor Day Arts Fair wouldn’t be complete without food. This year we have three food trucks: Tup Tim Thai, OPA Grill, and Let’s Get Fresh. In addition, you can nosh on kettle corn, chocolate, caramel apples, and ice cream while enjoying the event. Or visit any number of wonderful eateries in Red Lodge.
We encourage you to bring your friends and family to enjoy the last, best summer event in Red Lodge at the Labor Day Arts Fair. Admission is free. Rain or shine. Lions Park is located next to the historic Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery in Red Lodge; one block west of Broadway on 8th Street– just watch for the crowd!
Also stop in at the Carbon County Arts Guild located next to Lions Park to view amazing art in the retail store and see the September featured exhibitions: Presence: Paintings by Henry Blond in the main gallery and Art by Rimrock Artists in the north gallery.
This event is sponsored by the Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery which is supported in part by grants from the Montana Arts Council, the Coal Tax Trust Fund for Cultural and Aesthetic Projects, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional support for this event is courtesy of Republic Services.
The Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery provides access to art, supports artistic expression, and encourages creative experiences for the enrichment of our communities.