The 43rd annual Redland Heritage Festival and Craft Fair at Fruit & Spice Park features local arts and crafts, historical exhibits, a large selection of tropical plants and great food on Saturday and Sunday, December 8-9 from 10am to 5pm.
Guests will experience the rich history and traditions that are unique to the Redland and get a jump on purchasing one-of-a-kind holiday gifts. There will be natural arts & crafts booths to browse, nurseries selling native plants and tropical fruit trees, a kids’ area with pony rides and face painting, old-time games, food and beverage vendors, and lots more entertainment that the whole family will enjoy.
Enjoy live music by Nashville recording artist Jade Sanders, Alligator Alley bluegrass band, and a jam tent on Saturday provided by the South Florida Bluegrass Association. Local musicians are encouraged to bring their instruments and jam along, under the shade of the Jackfruit trees. Also, enjoy classic car displays, and special exhibits and lecturers from The Florida Pioneer Museum.
Admission: $8 (children 11 and under are free)
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