Danville Pumpkin Patch continues for the third year!
DANVILLE – Exquisite glass pumpkins of every shape and size will sparkle in the crisp air of the Danville Fall Crafts Festival October 23 and 24 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
A Glass Pumpkin Patch, beyond Charlie Brown’s wildest imagination, will display the artworks by around 20 members of the San Jose Glass Artist Alliance (SJGAA).
The patch sprouts up on Prospect Street, near Hart Avenue, where you can choose from more than 1,000 pumpkins in all shapes, sizes and colors.
Janett Peace, president of the SJGAA and glass artist for 35 years, says events like these “make glass art affordable and approachable for everyone.”
A portion of the proceeds goes to the Alliance, which runs the glass education center in downtown San Jose and promotes art in the schools.
In addition to the ornamental pumpkins, a farmers market of glass fruits and vegetables also will be on display, and Lionel Chapital will demonstrate torchworking near the patch.
Come out and enjoy all the beauty of Danville at the Danville Fall Crafts Festival. Admission is free. For those wishing to park closeby, there will unlimited parking in all city-owned parking lots and on all street curbside parking spaces. For more information visit www.mlaproductions.com or call 925-837-4400.