More than 200 artisans are featured this weekend at the Letchworth Arts and Crafts Show and Sale, taking place through Monday at the Village Park, 120 Lake St., in Perry.
Festival hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday.
Additional buses are being added for Sunday and Monday to ease delays getting to and from parking lots.
“We’ve nearly doubled our capacity for Sunday and Monday,” the Arts Council for Wyoming County, the organizer of the show, said in a Facebook post on Saturday afternoon.
For a list of participating artisans, click here.
There are also food vendors, live entertainment and an expanded kids zone.
There is no public parking at Perry Village Park. Customer and additional parking will be at parking lots at the entrances to the village on North Center Street (RT 246), North Main Street (RT 39), and South Main Street (Rt 39). There is a $10 parking fee, which also gives access to the shuttle service from those lots to the Village Park. Masks are required on the shuttle.
No dogs (unless a trained service dog) will be allowed to attend at this venue for the safety of the animals and the public.
This year’s 45th annual Letchworth Arts and Crafts Show has moved to Perry’s Village Park from its traditional location in Letchworth State Park.