3rd Annual Artists for Conservation Festival

September 28- Oct 6 2013


The third annual Artists for Conservation Festival presented by RE/MAX is a art and environmental education event, featuring the world-top conservation themed art exhibit and sale with leading nature and wildlife artists and naturalists. The event also includes guest lectures, workshops for youth and adults, documentary films, live painting demos, music and cultural performances.

Opening celebrations and special guest appearance by Richard Ellis takes place on Sept 28 at 11AM followed by a Meet-the-Artist Wine & Cheese reception. Some events require advance registration. A special family weekend will be held on October 5-6th with activities for youth.

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