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may 2016

7may10:00 AM- 5:00 PMViolet Crown Spring Festival10:00 AM - 5:00 PM 6700 Arroyo Seco, 78757Brentwood Elementary School (westside parking lot--access off Yates)Event Type:Festivals & Fairs

Event Details

Media contact:
Nancy Mohn Barnard

Art, Music and More on Tap at Violet Crown Spring Festival!
Art, music, food and lots of free kids’ activities? Violet Crown Spring Festival has it all! Mark your calendars for May 7 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This fun festival will be in the west-side parking lot of Brentwood Elementary School (6700 Arroyo Seco). Admission is free.

The festival – staged by Violet Crown Community Works (VCCW) — will feature local arts and crafts vendors, family fun, children’s activities, live music, and refreshments. This spring’s festival is the 16th neighborhood event VCCW has coordinated since 2003. Proceeds from the festival will benefit projects in the Brentwood and Crestview community.

Parking is limited, so attendees are encouraged to walk or cycle to the festival.

Violet Crown Community Works is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization based in Austin, Texas, helping build and sustain community in Brentwood and Crestview by supporting neighborhood enhancement projects and events. Information on past beneficiaries of VCCW funds is available on the “projects” page of the group’s website.
For more information, visit or contact Nancy Mohn Barnard, phone: 512-914-2917, email:


(Saturday) 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Brentwood Elementary School (westside parking lot--access off Yates)

6700 Arroyo Seco, 78757


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