Craftsfest, which celebrates its ninth year on the west coast, returns for its 10th year at the Pasadena, California Convention Center this year.
The annual festival is an opportunity for families and professionals to share their craft ideas and enjoy a fun, family-friendly atmosphere.
This year’s theme is “Made in America,” and the festival is open to the public.
The festival is held in two days: Thanksgiving Day and Thanksgiving Day Saturday.
The festival is sponsored by the Pasadena Convention Center and is part of the Pasadena Public Library.
There are free craft vendors throughout the festival.
A limited number of booths will sell items and accessories for adults and children.
For the family, craft and crafts are an important part of Thanksgiving festivities.
The Pasadena Community Center offers many opportunities to learn about crafts, arts and crafts, food, and entertainment.
There are also a number of activities for children, including the “Make-A-Wish Festival” and a “Make it Back to the Great America” program.