A part of California’s finest Arts & Crafts Festival tapestry since 1980


As Covid continues, we keep artist and art lovers’ safety top most in mind.

As reflected below, we aren’t able to make definite plans for our traditional event schedule. On March 2, Mountain View Chamber of Commerce cancelled the May 2021 A la Carte & Art. We do feel optimistic about the scheduled September date being safe for Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival. As of May 2021 both San Carlos Art & Wine Faire and the Half Moon Bay Art & Pumpkin Festival have been cancelled. As soon as we feel sure that we can produce safe events for all we will add more listings below.

We miss the energy of our events, seeing art patrons find the perfect item to take home and working with all our incredibly talented artists! Please take care and we look forward to being together again to celebrate the arts in person!

Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival

September 25 & 26, 2021
10am to 5pm

“If you ask me what I came to do in this world, I, an artist, will answer you: I am here to live out loud.” Emile Zola, French novelist  To the artists who bravely live out loud, sharing your works of art at our events, to the patrons who celebrate and support these remarkable creators, to the towns hosting venues for all of us to gather, we give tremendous thanks. ~Dana and Troy Hale-Mounier, Pacific Fine Arts Festivals

COVID-19  “This can be our finest hour.” The direct and ripple effects COVID-19 is having on all of our personal, business and global lives are enormous, scary, painful. This article makes a lot of sense and 1) if you’re wondering why social distancing is important and/or 2) wondering how you can be of service to others, this article can lend understanding and ideas for action. This Can Be Our Finest Hour-But We Need All Of You by Gretchen Schmelzer | March 11, 2020

For information about the virus visit the CDC website here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html