TMY Food Vendor Map 2023

The Center of the map is the Memory Tent located at the center of Jácome Plaza.  The Northwest Quadrant includes the area from the Memory Tent, northwest to the intersection of Alameda and Church Ave. Food vendors 1-8 are northwest of the Memory Tent. West of the Rio Nuevo Church Stage are food vendors 24, … Read more

Saba: Henna Beautification

In India and in other Middle Eastern cultures they use henna as beautification for the bride. There’s a whole day designated to henna one or two days before. Girls put henna on each other and the bride and they are singing and dancing. It started with wedding ceremonies, but now people do it for other … Read more

Exhibitors: 2017 Community Matters

Walking around the festival you will see canopies and booths from a variety of community agencies, schools, health professional organizations and some small businesses that are not folks arts or traditional arts. We call these exhibitors in the “Community Matters” section of the festival. The majority of them are located on Pennington Street and on … Read more

Folk Arts 2017

Jim Griffith’s advice on experiencing TMY Folk Arts: What I like to do is take a general look-around to see who’s doing what and where, and then zero in on a few choices so as to learn more. Our invited demonstrators are gregarious folks, and will be happy and proud to discuss not only the … Read more

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