Oconto County Culture Comes to Life at Lakewood Arts & Crafts Show

July 20, 2021

Oconto County Culture Comes to Life at Lakewood Arts & Crafts Show
Free Festival Features More Than 200 Vendors Offering Original Work
Oconto County, Wisc., July 20, 2021 – After a brief hiatus due to the pandemic in 2020, the Lakewood Arts & Craft Show will return bigger and better than ever this summer. Taking place on August 7, 2021, at the Lakewood Town Hall & Activity Center, the free event will feature 281 booths occupied by 215 vendors showcasing original work, including painting and prints, fine art photography, jewelry, art glass, stained glass, pottery, woven textiles, carvings, clothing and much more. The festival grounds will be open from 8am-3pm.
Sponsored by the McCaslin Lions Club, the Lakewood Arts & Craft Show has been an annual celebration of Oconto County creativity for more than 40 years. Each artist is juried and chosen out of many talented applicants, highlighting the area’s arts community, and giving attendees a chance to discover new favorites and take home a piece of authentic Oconto County culture.
“There’s no better way to experience the thriving arts world in Oconto County than the Lakewood Arts & Craft Show,” said Samantha Boucher, Tourism Manager, Oconto County Economic Development Corporation. “Summer wasn’t the same without it in 2020, so we’re all excited to welcome back art lovers of all ages to enjoy everything our creative community has to offer.
For more information, visit www.ocontocounty.org.
About Oconto County
If you're looking to escape to a destination that's full of color, history, and endless opportunities for adventure, then Oconto County is the place for you! With nearly 1,000 miles of ATV/UTV and snowmobile trails, the Nicolet National Forest, and the Bay of Green Bay, Oconto County is every outdoor enthusiast's dream. Plus, a visit to the Beyer Home or Copper Culture State Park is perfect for families and history lovers alike. No matter which adventure you choose, Oconto County has a place for every visitor all year long. Learn more at www.ocontocounty.org.